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PUBLISHED BY THE MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS 
AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS 

Printed by J. C Thatcher, Queen's Printer for Ontario 



To The Honourable Pauline M. McGibbon, O.C., LL.D., D.U. (OTT.), 

Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Ontario 



May It Please Your Honour: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour the Public Accounts 
of the Province of Ontario for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1975, in accordance 
with the requirements of The Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovern- 
mental Affairs Act, 1972. 



Respectfully submitted, 



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W. Darcy McKeough 

Treasurer of Ontario, 

Minister of Economics and 

Intergovernmental Affairs 



Toronto, October 31, 1975 



TREASURER'S REPORT 

It is with pleasure that I present the 1975 Public Accounts of the Province of 
Ontario which review the finances of the Province for the fiscal year ended March 3 1 . 
1975. 

The variety of financial information included in Public Accounts necessitates 
publication of three distinct volumes. To assist readers, the organization of the 
volumes and the basis of reporting is provided in a Guide to Public Accounts which 
appears on page 8 of Volume I. 

Comments or queries will be welcome and should be directed to the Treasury 
Division of the Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. 



(a/I^u^-^ h^ 



W. Darcy McKeough 

Treasurer of Ontario, 
Minister of Economies and 
Intergovernmental Affairs 



Toronto, October 31, 1975 



General 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 



A Guide to Public Accounts 8* 10 

A 
Financial Statements 

Statement of Consolidated Revenue Fund ■? . 11 

Statement of Assets and Liabilities 12-13 

Schedules to Statement of Consolidated Revenue Fund 

Statement of Revenue 14 

Statement of Expenditure 15 

Statement of Disbursements 16-17 

Statement of Receipts 18-19 

Statement of Credits 20-22 

Statement of Charges 23-25 

Debt Transactions — Proceeds of Loans 26-27 

Debt Transactions— Repayment of Loans 28-29 

Schedules to Statement of Assets and Liabilities 

Cash, Temporary Investment and Marketable Securities 30 

Advances to Ontario Hydro 30 

Advances and Investments— Other Corporations, Boards and Commissions 30-31 

Investments in Water Treatment and Waste Control Facilities 32 

Loans to Municipalities 32 

Other Loans and Investments 33 

Net Debt 34 

Demand Deposits with the Province of Ontario Savings Office 34 

Pension Funds 34 

Deposit, Trust and Reserve Accounts 35-36 

Advances Payable 36 

Treasury Bills 36 

Notes Payable 37 

Debentures 37 

Contingent Liabilities 37 

Fixed Assets 37 

Inactive Assets 37 

Long Term Leases 37 

Details of Debentures Outstanding 38-41 

Contingent Liabilities— Details 42-43 

Miscellaneous Statements 

Public Service Superannuation Fund 44 

Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowance Account 45 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund , 46 

The Province of Ontario Savings Office 47 

The Financial Administration Act — Losses 48 

The Ministry of Revenue Act — Remissions 49 

Accounts Payable 50 

Accounts Receivable 50 

Equipment, Stores, Livestock and Materials 51 

Summary of Expenditures 52 

Summary of Revenue 53-54 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS-Continued 

Ministry Statements Page 

General Government 

I Office of the Lieutenant Governor 55 

II Office of the Assembly 59 

III Office of the Premier 65 

IV Cabinet Office 71 

V Management Board of Cabinet 77 

VI Office of Provincial Auditor 93 

VII Government Services 97 

VIII Housing 113 

IX Revenue 125 

X Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs 1 39 

Justice Policy Field 

XI Justice Policy 1 65 

XII Attorney General 171 

XIII Consumer and Commercial Relations 189 

XIV Correctional Services 207 

XV Solicitor General 217 

Resources Development Policy Field 

XVI Resources Development Policy 233 

XVII Agriculture and Food 237 

XVIII Energy 253 

XIX Environment 265 

XX Industry and Tourism 277 

XXI Labour 299 

XXII Natural Resources 315 

XXIII Transportation and Communications 331 

Social Development Policy Field 

XXIV Social Development Policy 347 

XXV Colleges and Universities 353 

XXVI Community and Social Services 369 

— Culture and Recreation 385 

XXVII Education 389 

XXVIII Health 399 

Index to Expenditures 411 



A GUIDE TO PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Scope of the Public Accounts 
The 1974-75 Public Accounts of the Province of Ontario comprise three volumes: 
Volume 1 contains the financial statements of the Province. 

Volume 2 (to be issued at a later date) contains the financial statements of those Provincial Crown corpora- 
tions, boards and commissions in which the Province has an investment or which have an advance from 
the Province. 

Volume 3 (to be issued at a later date) contains the details of expenditures required by the Standing Com- 
mittee on Public Accounts. 

Basis of Reporting 
The financial statements of the Province of Ontario reflect the use of the "cash flow" principle of accounting. 
This method, modified to allow an additional thirty days to pay for goods and services pertaining to the 
fiscal year just ended, offers a precise measurement of government activity for a fiscal year. This, rather 
than the "accrual" principle, is utilized because of two fundamental characteristics of government reporting 
which set it apart from commercial practice. 

The first characteristic is the constitutional principle which underlies the system. The Legislature votes 
sums of money to specified ministries for stated purposes. The Legislature provides for the required money 
by authorizing the government to levy taxes or to borrow. The accounts of the government therefore are a 
record of stewardship and reflect the accountability to the Legislature for the management and disposition 
of monies levied, entrusted and spent. The purpose of the public accounts in government is to explicitly display 
that stewardship as revenue flows into and expenditure flows out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund. 

The second characteristic is that there is no direct commercial relationship between government revenues 
and government expenditures. This obviates the "matching" benefit provided by accrual accounting. 
Expenditures are incurred for the operation of a wide range of services which have been established by 
government policy. Taxation, the major source of revenues, is imposed on those parts of the economy 
best able to finance government programs and is also a fiscal policy instrument for the government in terms 
of its incidence and in its relationship to expenditures. 

The transactions of the Province of Ontario are presented in summary form according to the three distinct 
areas of government activity through the Consolidated Revenue Fund: 

"Budgetary Transactions" are operational activities which include the revenues raised through taxa- 
tion, premiums, fees, licences and permits, payments from the federal government under shared-cost 
programs, and income from investments. Expenditures on government programs include payments 
for goods and services, interest on the public debt, salaries, transfer payments to individuals, munici- 
palities and institutions under various social programs, subsidies and grants and the acquisition or 
creation of fixed assets. Government assets are generally of lasting value and may tend even to appreciate 
over time; e.g. parkland, public works or the highway system. Their benefit to future taxpayers is not 
significantly different from expenditures on education or health care. For these reasons Provincial 
expenditures on fixed assets are treated as non-recoverable expenditures of each fiscal year. The extent 
to which revenue exceeds or falls short of expenditure directly decreases or increases the net debt. 

"Non-Budgetary Transactions" are the lending, investment and trust administration functions which 
include, as distinct from expenditure, the government lending and investment activity in various crown 
corporations, agencies and municipalities. All of these loans and advances are repayable or represent 
equity holdings supported by the assets of the corporations. Net changes are reflected in the year-to- 
year fluctuation on the Statement of Assets and Liabilities. Also included in this category is the activity 
within deposit, trust and certain special purpose accounts, all of which bear directly on the Statement 
of Assets and Liabilities. 

"Debt Transactions" are the borrowing and repayment transactions which include obligations issued 
to both non-public and public sources of funds and are reflected directly in the Statement of Assets 
and Liabilities. 

The Net Debt of the Province is the excess of liabilities over revenue-producing and realizable assets. Year- 
to-year changes in net debt are related directly to the amount by which revenues exceed or are less than 
expenditures on budgetary transactions. 

With respect to the financial operations of provincial crown corporations, agencies, boards and commissions, 
the financial statements presented in this Report reflect (i) the year-end position of the advances to or the 
investments in these entities which are made from the Consolidated Revenue Fund and (ii) the extent to 
which their operations have been financed from or have contributed to the Fund for the year. 

8 



1975 Changes in Accounting Treatment 

(1) Ontario debentures held as investments. 

Prior to April 1, 1974, Ontario debentures held at the year end were valued at par and reported as a 
deduction from Debentures on the Statement of Assets and Liabilities. Commencing with 1974-75, 
Ontario debentures held at the year end are valued at cost and are included with Cash, Temporary 
Investments and Marketable Securities. The 1973-74 comparative amounts have been restated as 
explained on page 30 in the Schedules to Statement of Assets and Liabilities. 

(2) Advances from the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement Fund. 

The Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement Fund deposits surplus funds with the Province and on 
December 31 each year receives a debenture for all funds deposited in the calendar year. In prior years 
deposits received between January 1 and March 31 were reported as a Deposit account on the Statement 
of Assets and Liabilities and the activity of the account was recorded as Non-Budgetary Transactions 
in the Statement of Consolidated Revenue Fund. In 1974-75, the accounting treatment has been 
revised to include such funds with Advances Payable on the Statement of Assets and Liabilities and as 
Debt Transaction (Proceeds of Loans) in the Statement of Consolidated Revenue Fund. The 1973-74 
comparative amounts have been restated to reflect this change in accounting. 

3. A Guide to Volume 1 of the Public Accounts 

(1) Financial Statements of the Province 

The financial statements of the Province and supporting information are contained in the first 54 pages 
of Volume 1 and have been arranged to present (a) the Statement of Consolidated Revenue Fund and 
the Statement of Assets and Liabilities, (b) schedules to the Statement of Consolidated Revenue Fund, 
(c) schedules to the Statement of Assets and Liabilities and, (d) miscellaneous statements. 

(2) Ministry Statements 

In addition to the financial statements and schedules provided in section (1) above, individual ministry 
reports of financial activity are provided in pages 55 to 410. Five separate statements are presented 
for each ministry. 

(a) "Statement of Revenue" 

(b) "Statement of Receipts and Credits" 

(c) "Statement of Expenditure by Program" 

This statement provides an overview of the expenditures of each ministry. It shows, by ministry program 
and in total for the ministry, the amount of the current year's actual expenditures which is compared 
with the related appropriation for the current year and the previous year's actual expenditures. 
Ministry totals for statutory appropriations, expenditures and disbursements and charges are also 
shown. 

(d) "Statement of Expenditure by Program and Activity" 

This statement, prepared for each ministry program, is designed to show the activities comprising the 
program. The appropriation for each activity is analyzed according to funds appropriated through the 
Expenditure Estimates or approved by Management Board and the total is compared to the actual 
amount spent for the fiscal year. Statutory payments are reported separately. The "program description" 
narrative contained in the Expenditure Estimates is included with the statement to provide the reader 
with a general description of the program. 

(e) "Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification" 

This statement reports actual ministry expenditures for each program at the identical level of detail 
provided in the Expenditure Estimates where the funds were voted; i.e. on the basis of the Standard 
Accounts Classification within each activity as shown in the 1974-75 Expenditure Estimates. 

The following is a brief outline of the types of expenditures included in each of the eight Standard 
Accounts comprising the Standard Accounts Classifications: 

Salaries and Wages 

Includes salaries and wages, overtime and other remuneration paid to regular, probationary and un- 
classified staff. It also includes indemnities and allowances paid to Members of the Legislative Assembly. 
and foreign service and other special allowances paid to public servants. 

Employee Benefits 

Includes the Government's contribution as an employer to the Canada Pension Plan, the Public Service 
Superannuation Fund, the Unemployment Insurance Fund, the Workmen's Compensation Board, 
and other employee benefit plans. 



Transportation and Communication 

Includes travelling expenses of public servants on government business and recipients of government 
services, such as wards of the Province. Also, included are relocation expenses of public servants who 
are transferred, expenses of moving office furniture and equipment, and costs of transportation of goods 
other than for initial delivery. Includes mailing costs, such as postage and registration; and com- 
munication costs, such as telephone, telegram, and data communications. 

Services 

Includes charges for information services, such as, advertising provided by professional agencies, 
advertising placed directly with the media, and services for the production of departmental publica- 
tions and films. 

Also included are charges for the rental and the purchased repair and maintenance of machinery and 
equipment, buildings, land and engineering structures. 

Includes charges for data processing services. Also included in this account are insurance premiums 
and other miscellaneous charges for special services. 

Supplies and Equipment 

Includes provision for the purchase of all machinery and equipment, both new and used. Also includes 
the purchase of all materials, supplies and utilities. 

Acquisition/Construction of Physical Assets 

Includes all costs of acquisition and construction by contract of new and used buildings and engineering 
structures. Also included in this account is the cost of acquisition of land. 

Transfer Payments 

Includes grants, subsidies and allowances, etc., to persons, the business sector, non-commercial institu- 
tions and other governmental bodies. 

Other Transactions 

Includes several special transactions, such as, Ontario Development Corporation - Loan forgiveness and 
Guarantees and Municipal Taxes on A.R.D.A. owned property. 

Statutory Appropriations and Disbursements and Charges are not Standard Accounts. Amounts 
required for Statutory Appropriations and Disbursements and Charges are shown, where applicable, 
as separate entries under the Standard Accounts Classification details relating to each Activity. 



10 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 
Year ended March 31, 1975 

Page 1975 1974 

No. Opening Balance $ $ $ $ 

Cash, temporary investments and 

marketable securities 982,286.687 980,649.764 






Budgetary Transactions 

14 Revenue 8,275,048.981 6.922.396.286 

15 Expenditure 8.821.609.717 7.301.861.699 

Budgetary Deficit (546,560,736) (379.465,413) 

Non-Budgetary Transactions 

Loans, Advances and Investments 

16-17 Disbursements 1.422.966.835 856.649.811 

18-19 Receipts 400.741.127 181.572.605 

Net Increase in Loans. Advances and 

Investments 1 ,022,225,708 675,077,206 

Trust Administration Functions 

20-22 Credits 323.682.550 178.378.416 

23-25 Charges 59,979.602 55,399.557 

Net Increase in Trust Administration 

Functions 263,702,948 122.978,859 

Non-Budgetary Transactions (net). .. (758.522.760) (552.098.347) 

Net Cash Requirements (1 ,305.083.496) (93 1 ,563,760) 

Debt Transactions 

26 27 Proceeds of loans 1.538.822.283 1,196.637.51 1 

28-29 Repayments of loans 359.724,437 1.179.097.846 263,436,828 933.200,683 



Closing Balance 
30 Cash, temporary investments and 

marketable securities 856.301 .037 982.286.687 



See accompanying Basis of Reporting (page 8) and Schedules to Statement of Consolidated Revenue Fund 
pages 14 to 29. 



12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

PROVINCE OF 

STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND 

(with comparative 

Assets 

Page 1975 1974 

No. $ $ 

30 Cash, temporary investments and marketable securities 856,301,037 982,286,687 

30 Advances to Ontario Hydro 1,788,495,970 1,478,211,011 

30 Advances and investments— other corporations, boards and 

commissions 3,778,440,816 3,246,677,963 

32 Investments in water treatment and waste control facilities (at cost 

less recoveries) 528,262,81 1 408,067,331 

32 Loans to municipalities 213,274,581 181,307,301 

33 Other loans and investments 219,574,558 191 ,559,422 

Total realizable assets 7,384,349,773 6,488,109,715 

34 Net debt 3,448,069,583 2,901,508,846 

10,832,419,356 9,389,618,561 

See accompanying Basis of Reporting on page 8 and Schedules to Statements of Assets and Liabilities on pages 

30 to 37. 

Approved on behalf of the Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs: 



UU&^k . 



A. RENDALL DICK, Deputy Treasurer of Ontario and Deputy Minister of 
Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. 



G. McINTYRE, F.C.A., Executive Director, Treasury Division. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 13 

ONTARIO 

LIABILITIES AS AT MARCH 31, 1975 

figures for 1974) 

Liabilities 

Page 1975 1974 

No. $ $ 

34 Demand deposits with the Province of Ontario Savings Office 233,727, 1 57 1 87,332,809 

34 Pension funds 795,952,606 686,786,61 1 

35 Deposit, trust and reserve accounts 187,658,780 79,516,175 

36 Advances payable 61,134,861 45,601,073 

36 Treasury bills 90,000,000 

37 Notes payable 18,971 ,262 23,345,600 

37 Debentures 9,534,974,690 8,277,036,293 



10,832,419,356 9,389,618,561 



37 Contingent liabilities: bonds, etc., guaranteed by the Province 3,843,449,294 3,330,184,334 



I have examined the above Statement of Assets and Liabilities of the Province of Ontario as at March 31, 
1975, the Statement of Consolidated Revenue Fund, the Statement of Revenue, the Statement of Expenditure, 
and the related financial statements appearing in Volume 1 of the Public Accounts for the year ended on that date. 
My examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records 
and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Province as at March 31, 
1975 and the results of its operations for the year then ended, and were prepared in accordance with generally 
accepted accounting principles which, except for the changes in accounting treatment outlined under the heading 
of "Basis of Reporting" on Pages 8-9 of Volume 1 of the Public Accounts, were applied on a basis consistent with 
that of the preceding year. The generally accepted accounting principles are those relative to government account- 
ing and are fully described under the previously referenced "Basis of Reporting". 

In accordance with section 20 of The Audit Act, a report will be made to the Legislative Assembly. 




F. N. SCOTT, C.A., 
foronto, October 31, 1975. Provincial Auditor. 



14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

Year ended March 31, 1975 

1975 1974 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 10,830,820 13,419,984 

Taxation 

Retail Sales Tax 1,568,828,591 1,314,814,391 

Personal Income Tax 1,445,552,199 1,235,816,113 

Corporation Taxes 891,907,759 637,603,197 

Gasoline Tax 493,090,700 476,786,369 

Mining Profits Tax 1 52,802,601 46,962,605 

Tobacco Tax 101,449,981 100,346,865 

Other 299,684,145 254,698,739 

4,953,315,976 4,067,028,279 

Royalties 35,617,378 28,539,186 

Fees, Licences and Permits 279,085,252 261,803,170 

Fines and Penalties 42,209,566 37,371 ,252 

Profits from Trading Activities — Liquor Control Board of Ontario. . . . 301,650,000 280,500,000 

Public Domain 2,502,945 2,053,514 

Sales— Land and Buildings 58,320,831 6,122,284 

Sales-Other 6,765,768 10,016,376 

Facilities 18,294,677 15,775,457 

Premiums— Ontario Health Insurance Plan 548,095,482 530,053,695 

Utility Service Charges 25,921 ,044 20,265,645 

Miscellaneous 1,140,841 2,492,266 

Government of Canada 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Hospital Insurance and Diagnostic Services Act— hospital 

operations 651,856,747 533,249,217 

Canada Assistance Plan 300,031 ,205 207,272,491 

Medical Care Act 275,166,761 243,340,637 

Post Secondary Education Adjustment Payment 142,685,004 153,636,996 

Other 141,575,509 123,603,451 

1,511,315,226 1,261,102,792 

Other 5,604,188 5,579,391 

1,516,919,414 1,266,682,183 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 19,250,582 10,298,674 

Interest 455,128,405 369,974,321 

Revenue 8,275,048,981 6,922,396,286 

See Summary of Revenue By Main Classification and Ministry, pages 53-54. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 15 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE 

Year ended March 31, 1975 

P * ge 1975 1974 

No. 

$ $ 
General Government— 

55 Office of the Lieutenant Governor 63,1 19 50,708 

59 Office of the Assembly 7,730,354 6,452,427 

65 Office of the Premier 1,230,972 1,119,296 

71 Cabinet Office 1,328,506 871,983 

77 Management Board of Cabinet 7,012,426 5,876,560 

93 Office of Provincial Auditor 1,335,318 1,254,036 

97 Government Services 268,950,838 179,998,482 

113 Housing 70,361,549 36,965,826 

125 Revenue 122,988,643 53,759,061 

139 Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs 1,035,527,279 864,582,863 

Justice Policy Field— 

165 Justice Policy 291,623 308,167 

171 Attorney General 85,324,537 68.118,668 

1 89 Consumer and Commercial Relations 35,056,222 28.446.467 

207 Correctional Services 102,237,445 86,326,051 

217 Solicitor General 105.480,297 90,412,443 

Resources Development Policy Field— 

233 Resources Development Policy 531,715 349,689 

237 Agriculture and Food 1 12,691,341 104,669.087 

253 Energy... 2.462,024 1,618,957 

265 Environment 57,741 .592 45,085,273 

277 Industry and Tourism 36,794,479 25,849,738 

299 Labour 14,183,339 11,923,055 

315 Natural Resources 190,475,669 158,627,095 

331 Transportation and Communications 811,719,954 684.357,637 

Social Development Policy Field— 

347 Social Development Policy 854,226 493,794 

353 Colleges and Universities 931,218,661 824,233,883 

369 Community and Social Services 683,750,872 562,227,533 

385 Culture and Recreation 180,006 

389 Education 1,598,245,151 1,410,345,445 

399 Health 2,535,841 ,560 2,047,537,475 



8,821,609,717 7,301,861,699 
See Summary of Expenditures By Standard Objects and Ministries, page 52. 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 

STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS 

Year ended March 31, 1975 



Loans, Advances and Investments 

Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs 
Ontario Hydro— secured advances 



1975 

$ 



1974 

$ 



375,000,000 250,000,000 



Other Corporations, Boards and Commissions- 
Ontario Land Corporation— advances 

The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation— advances . . . . 
The. Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation— advances. . . 
The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation— advances. . 
The Ontario Northland Transportation Commission— advances. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario— advances 

Ontario Lottery Corporation— advances 

Loans to Municipalities— 

Federal-Provincial winter capital projects fund 

Federal-Provinicial employment loans 

Federal-Provincial special development loans 

The Shoreline Property Assistance Act, 1973 — loans 

Township of Collingwood— advances 

Township of Amabel— advances 

Miscellaneous Loans- 
Municipal and school tax credit assistance 

Agricultural Loans 



Ministry of Housing- 
Ontario Mortgage Corporation— advances 1 33,000,000 67,540,000 

Ontario Housing Corporation— advances 46,270,000 46,562,000 

Ontario Student Housing Corporation— advances 1,662,000 

North Pickering Community Development Project— advances 46,259,303 1 16,000,000 

Ontario Housing Action Program— loans to municipalities 12,834,333 



Ministry of the Environment- 
Investments in water treatment and waste control facilities 
Sundry loans and investments 



320,100,000(1) 




87,370,000 


86,865,000 


38,069,013 


76,815,368 


7,227,000 


4,360,000 


7,000,000 


28,000,000 


3,500,000 


70,000 


300,000 




16,857,286 


730,000 


156,566 


15,571,563 




1,490,753 


366,100 


390,500 


116,826 




110,000 




529,521 


507,758 




1,972 


856,702,312 


464,802,914 



238,363,636 231,764,000 



126,985,944 81,481,284 

164,465 



126,985,944 81,645,749 



Ministry of Energy- 
Ontario Energy Corporation— investment 100,000,000 

Ministry of Industry and Tourism- 
Ontario Development Corporation— advances 28,172,563 

Northern Ontario Development Corporation— advances 10,832,458 

Eastern Ontario Development Corporation— advances 5,982,522 

Ontario Place Corporation— advances 1,233,000 



46,220,543 



23,833,847 
5,778,998 

1,288,900 

30,901,745 



(1) See Ontario Land Corporation note on page 31 






PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 17 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 

STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS— Concluded 

Year ended March 31, 1975 

1975 1974 

$ $ 

Ministry of Health- 
Loans to public hospitals 42,126,000 33,270,400 



Ministry of Agriculture and Food- 
Sundry municipalities re tile drainage 12,508,400 8,199,500 

Sundry co-operative associations 60,000 65,000 



12,568,400 8,264,500 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications— 

The Ontario Transportation Development Corporation 6,000,000 



Ministry of Natural Resources- 
Loans under The Fisheries Loans Act 503 



Total Disbursements 1,422,966,835 856,649,81 1 



18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1974-75 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS 

Year ended March 31, 1975 

1975 1974 

$ $ 

Repayments of Loans, Advances and Investments— 

Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs- 
Ontario Hydro -secured by bonds 46,980,000 26,751,000 

Other Corporations, Boards and Commissions- 
Ontario Housing Corporation 208,406,264 ( 1 ) 5,975, 1 34 

Ontario Mortgage Corporation 1 1,826,000 8,387,000 

Ontario Student Housing Corporation 6,000 

The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation 46,086,357 41,840,742 

The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation 20,582,268 18,61 1,996 

Ontario Development Corporation 6,866,964 8,271,933 

Northern Ontario Development Corporation 297,253 621,068 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation 4,713,000 4,766,41 1 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario 70,000 600,000 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan 

Corporation 5,794,424 

Loans to Municipalities- 
Sundry municipalities re municipal works assistance 4,338,128 4,245,604 

The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 1 ,378,000 1 ,309,000 

Federal-Provincial employment loans 567,775 524,533 

Federal-Provincial special development loans 262,200 235,189 

Federal-Provincial Winter Capital Projects Fund 10,640 

Township of Elliot Lake 21 8,600 247,500 

City of Windsor 66,501 65,570 

Town of Kapuskasing 48,241 43,929 

Improvement District of Manitouwadge 32,000 45,300 

The Shoreline Property Assistance Act, 1973 7,707 

The Moosonee Development Area Board 4,000 3,000 

Township of Atikokan 5,300 

Other Loans and Investments- 
Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company 
—bonds 

Early retirement of 3% bonds due April 1, 1980. 
Annual payment on bond maturing in 1977. . . 

Municipal and school tax credit assistance 

Agricultural Loans 

Settlers' Loans ' 



Ministry of the Environment- 
Ontario Hydro— nuclear power generating station 

Investments in water treatment and waste control facilities 
Sundry loans and investments 



Ministry of Health- 
Loans to public hospitals 



(1) See Ontario Land Corporation note on page 31 



2,100,000 

50,000 

203,124 

855 


50,000 

227,805 

978 

45,315 


355,115,877 


128,674,731 


17,735,041 
6,790,464 


7,345,562 

11,309,814 

438,147 


24,525,505 


19,093,523 


11,783,650 


29,753,069 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 19 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS -Concluded 
Year ended March 31, 1975 

1975 1974 

$ $ 

Repayment of Loans, Advances and Investments— Continued 
Ministry of Industry and Tourism — 

Ontario Place Corporation 4,704,900 

Ministry of Agriculture and Food- 
Sundry municipalities re tile drainage 4,048,439 3,439,930 

Sundry co-operative associations 293,664 235,213 



4,342,103 3,675,143 



Ministry of Education — 

Provincial Student-Aid Loans 192,042 307,81 1 



Ministry of Natural Resources- 
Sundry conservation authorities 77,050 68,328 



Total Receipts 400,741,127 181,572,605 



20 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 

STATEMENT OF CREDITS 

Year ended March 31, 1975 



Demand Deposits with the Province of Ontario Savings Office— 

Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs 

Province of Ontario Savings Office (net) 



1975 

$ 



46,346,171 



1974 

$ 



28,027,505 



Pension Funds— 

Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs 

Public Service Superannuation Fund 

Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Account 



151,290,984 
433,696 



128,956,714 
347,196 



151,724,680 129,303,910 



Deposit and Trust Accounts—* 

Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs- 
Ontario Energy Corporation deposit account 

Payroll deductions (net) 

Ontario Food Terminal Board — sinking fund deposits 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company- 
interest on sinking fund deposit 

The Fund for Milk and Cream Producers 

Security bond forfeitures — 

The Motor Vehicle Dealers Act 

The Consumer Protection Act 

The Real Estate and Business Brokers Act 

The Private Investigators and Security Guards Act 

Unclaimed monies— miscellaneous 

Queen Elizabeth II Ontario Scholarship Fund — interest 

McMichael Canadian Collection of Art 

Canadian Trotting Association— Standard Breeders awards 
unclaimed 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario— deposit account. 

Sundry 



Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund 

Personal Property Assurance Fund 

Canada Labour Safety Code 



Ministry of the Environment- 
Sinking fund for recovery of the cost of capital assets 

Reserve fund for renewals, replacements and contingencies 
Deep well disposal security fund 



99,998,000 




292,782 


(141,182) 


282,205 


164,498 


133,035 


87,046 


82,702 


55,886 


65,000 


65,000 


44,859 


65,000 


26,000 


23,600 


3,350 




35,674 


42,493 


25,000 


25,000 


8,257 


59,079 


3,768 


210 




224,586 


8,381 


704 


101,009,013 


671,920 


13,603,728 


12,105,422 


208,183 


156,911 




50,000 


13,811,911 


12,312,333 


3,224,144 


3,366,219 


879,867 


1,272,516 


5,243 


64,683 


4,109,254 


4,703.418 



*See 1975 Changes in Accounting Treatment, page 9. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



21 






SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 

STATEMENT OF CREDITS-Continued 

Year ended March 31, 1975 



Deposit and Trust Accounts— Continued 
Ministry of Community and Social Services. 

Ontario Olympic Lottery Sports Fund 

National study on sports and recreation — Federal Government 

grant 

Contract security deposits— Athletics Commissioner 

Bequests and scholarships 

Coaching development program 

Ministry of Natural Resources— 

The Pits and Quarries Control Act, 1971 

Contract security deposits 

Retail sales tax 

Ministry of Revenue- 
Contract security deposits — retail sales tax 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications- 
Construction Trust Account 

Contract security deposits 

Ministry of Government Services- 
Publications Deposit Trust Account 

Contract security deposits— plan and tender 

Central Collection Services 

Ministry of Labour- 
Employment Standards— unclaimed wages 

Ministry of Education- 
Bequests and scholarships 

Correspondence courses relocation incidentals 

Ontario Education Association — Elementary Teachers' Loan 
Fund 



1975 

$ 



3,502,345 



1974 

$ 



95.196 
14,979 

4,272 


2,050 

(124) 

90,000 


3,616,792 


91,926 


981,006 
14,158 


908,951 

27,095 

89 


995,164 


936,135 


174,589 


38,042 



130,344 
12,931 


455,138 
200 


143,275 


455,338 


49,328 
7,525 
1,626 


1,200 
15,838 


58,479 


17,038 


31,585 


59,431 



26,700 
9 365 

937 


21,461 
503 


37,002 


21,964 



22 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 

STATEMENT OF CREDITS -Concluded 

Year ended March 31, 1975 

1975 

$ 



1974 

$ 



Ministry of Health- 
Ontario Hospital Association — Blue Cross 6,091 

Estates' funds 4,730 

Hospital trust accounts 3,984 6,536 

Bequests 3,040 5,002 

Home Care Program of Metropolitan Toronto 1,401 

19,246 11,538 

Ministry of Correctional Services- 
Unclaimed monies 1,704 2,156 

Ministry of Agriculture and Food- 
Bequests and scholarships 3,185 2,615 

Total Deposit and Trust Accounts 124,011,199 19,323,854 

Reserve Accounts— 

Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs- 
Unclaimed debenture principal and interest 1 ,266,752 4,468 

Outstanding cheques 295,808 1,143,138 

1,562,560 1,147,606 

Ministry of Health- 
Outstanding cheques 28,155 573,673 

Ministry of Government Services- 
Outstanding cheques 3,584 

Ministry of Correctional Services- 
Outstanding cheques 2, 1 56 

Management Board of Cabinet- 
Outstanding cheques 1 ,890 458 

Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations- 
Outstanding cheques 1 ,656 527 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications- 
Asset replacement 250 250 

Ministry of Agriculture and Food- 
Outstanding cheques 249 

Ministry of Colleges and Universities- 
Outstanding cheques 633 

Total Reserve Accounts 1 ,600,500 1 ,723,147 

Total Credits 323,682,550 178,378,416 



1 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 23 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 

STATEMENT OF CHARGES 

Year ended March 31, 1975 



Pension Funds 

Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs 

Public Service Superannuation Fund 

Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Account 



1975 

$ 


1974 

$ 


42,281,435 

277,249 


38,007,458 
233,834 


42,558,684 


38,241,292 



Deposit and Trust Accounts* 

Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations- 
Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund 12,107,170 9,574,421 



Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs- 
Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company— sinking 

fund deposits 2,100,000 

Security bond forfeitures— 

The Consumer Protection Act 

The Motor Vehicle Dealers Act 

The Real Estate and Business Brokers Act 

The Private Investigators and Security Guards Act 

The Bailiffs Act 

The Fund for Milk and Cream Producers 

Queen Elizabeth II Ontario Scholarship Fund (income account) 

Contract security deposits- 
Ministry of Natural Resources 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario— deposit account 

Unclaimed monies — miscellaneous 

Payroll adjustment — Ministry of Government Services 

Canadian Trotting Association— Standard Breeders awards unclaimed 

Ontario Health Insurance Plan— special account 

Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation — Moosonee 

Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation — Ear Falls 

Defence Training Board (Canada) 

McMichael Canadian Collection of Art 

The Centennial Centre of Science and Technology 

Receipts in Suspense 



Ministry of Community and Social Services- 
Ontario Olympic Lottery Sports Fund 

National study on sports and recreation — Federal Government grant 

Coaching Development Program 

Contract security deposits — Athletics Commissioner 

Bequests and scholarships 



50,000 


15,000 


40,000 


75,000 


16,000 


24,000 


6,874 






4,868 


35,545 


160,223 


23,631 


30,079 


16,245 


26,609 


4,000 


7,180 


7,639 


275,000 


5,695 


9,768 


164 




63 


499 




313,667 




236,775 




54,950 




15,820 




10,062 




4,667 




50 


2,305,856 


1,264,217 


1,441,353 




95,196 




90,000 




15,629 




258 




1,642,436 





See 1975 Changes in Accounting Treatment, page 9. 



24 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 

STATEMENT OF CHARGES-Continued 

Year ended March 31, 1975 



Deposit and Trust Accounts— Continued 
Ministry of the Environment- 
Advances from municipalities 

Reserve fund for renewals, replacements and contingencies 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications- 
Construction Trust Account 

Ministry of Revenue- 
Contract security deposits — retail sales tax 

Ministry of Government Services- 
Central Collection Services 

Contract security deposits 

Ministry of Health- 
Hospital Trust Accounts 

Estates' funds 

Ministry of Labour- 
Unclaimed vacation-with-pay trust account 

Employment Standards— unclaimed wages 

Duplicate payments 

Suspense 

Canada Labour Safety Code 

Ministry of Agriculture and Food- 
Bequests and scholarships 

Ministry of Education- 
Bequests and scholarships 

Total Deposit and Trust Accounts 

Reserve Accounts 

Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs- 
Outstanding cheques 

Unclaimed debenture principal and interest 

Sandwich. Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company — unclaimed 

coupon account 

Farm Loan Bad Debts — Agriculture Development Board 



1975 

$ 

444,148 


1974 

$ 

3,549,731 

242,522 


444,148 


3,792,253 


211,279 


315,230 



86,512 



780 



16.836,892 



298,239 
5,601 



1 ,342 



5.106 



15,839 
1,200 




17,039 




1 1 ,603 
4,410 


30.312 


16,013 


30,312 


1.437 

1.099 

978 

187 


7.172 
2,453 

25,000 


3.701 


34,625 


1,958 



23,783 



15.122.947 



305,182 



1,647.309 



1,889,861 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 25 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 

STATEMENT OF CHARGES -Concluded 

Year ended March 31, 1975 



Reserve Accounts — Continued 



1975 1974 

$ $ 



Ministry of Health- 
Outstanding cheques 165,954 41.155 



Ministry of Government Services- 
Outstanding cheques 2,735 



Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations- 
Outstanding cheques 146 150 



Ministry of Colleges and Universities- 
Outstanding cheques 46 26 



Ministry of Correctional Services- 
Outstanding cheques 38 



Total Reserve Accounts 474,101 1,931.198 



Miscellaneous 

Ministry of Government Services- 
Mortgage principal 109,925 104.120 



Total Charges 59.979,602 55.399.557 



26 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 



DEBT TRANSACTIONS 



Proceeds of Loans for year ended March 31, 1975 



Debenture 




Series Rate 




"CPP" Straight Term 1 


7.61% due April 


7.61% ' 


' April 


7-61% ' 


April 


7.61% ' 


April 


7.61% ' 


' April 


8.01% ' 


' May 


8.01% ' 


1 May 


8.01% ' 


' May 


8.01% ' 


' May 


8.46% ' 


June 


8.46% ' 


June 


8.46% ' 


June 


8.46% ' 


June 


8.46% ' 


June 


8.46% ' 


June 


8.58% ' 


' July 


8.58% ' 


' July 


8.58% ' 


' July 


8.58% ' 


' July 


9.05% ' 


' August 


9.05% ' 


August 


9.05% ' 


August 


8.92% ' 


September 


8.92% ' 


September 


8.92% ' 


September 


8.92% ' 


September 


9.14% ' 


' October 


9.14% ' 


October 


9.14% ' 


' October 


9.14% ' 


' October 


9.25% ' 


' November 


9.25% ' 


' November 


9.25% ' 


November 


9.07% ' 


December 


9.07% ' 


' December 


9.07% ' 


' December 


8.63% ' 


January 


8.63% ' 


' January 


8.46% ' 


' February 


8.46% ' 


' February 


8.46% ' 


' February 


8.38% ' 


' March 


8.38% ' 


' March 


8.38% ' 


' March 


8-38% ' 


' March 


8.38% ' 


' March 



Detail 
Canada Pension Plan 



2, 1994 15,000,000 

3, 1994 15,000,000 

4, 1994 15,000,000 

5, 1994 15,000,000 

8, 1994 15,231,000 

3, 1994 18,000,000 

6, 1994 18,000,000 

7, 1994 18,000,000 

8, 1994 18,456,000 

3, 1994 15,000,000 

4, 1994 15,000,000 

5, 1994 15,000,000 

6, 1994 15,000,000 

7, 1994 15,000,000 

10, 1994 18,420,000 

2, 1994 10,000,000 

4, 1994 10,000,000 

5, 1994 20,000,000 

8, 1994 16,647,000 

1, 1994 20,000,000 

2, 1994 20,000,000 

6, 1994 21,210,000 

5, 1994 6,739,000 

6, 1994 14,364,000 

9, 1994 13,000,000 

10, 1994 13,000,000 

1, 1994 13,876,000 

3, 1994 13,000,000 

4, 1994 13,000,000 

7, 1994 13,000,000 

4, 1994 15,000,000 

5, 1994 15,000,000 

6, 1994 15,075,000 

2, 1994 9,110,000 

3, 1994 10,000,000 

4, 1994 20,000,000 

2, 1995 15,000,000 

3, 1995 15,182,000 

4, 1995 15,000,000 

5, 1995 15,000,000 

10, 1995 15,018,000 

4, 1995 15,000,000 

5, 1995 15,000,000 

6, 1995 20,000,000 

7, 1995 20,000,000 

10, 1995 13,469,000 



Par 
Value 



701,797,000 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



27 



SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 

DEBT TRANSACTIONS -Concluded 

Proceeds of Loans— Concluded 



Debenture 
Series 



"TI" 
"TI" 
"TI" 



Rate 



Detail 



Par 

Value 



"TI" 
"TI" 



"EW" 
4 EX" 



"MER" 
"MER" 



Teachers Superannuation Fund 
8.39% Straight Term Debentures due April 1, 1999, payable Canada 2,600,000 
8.39% Straight Term Debentures due May 1 , 1 999, payable Canada 46,000,000 
8.39% Straight Term Debentures due September .30, 1999, payable 

Canada 40,000,000 

8.39% Straight Term Debentures due November 1, 1999, payable 

Canada 1 17,000,000 

8.39% Straight Term Debentures due January 1, 2000, payable 

Canada 80,500,000 



To Public on Behalf of Ontario Hydro 
10$% Straight Term Debentures due October 1, 2004, payable New York 
8|% Straight Term Debentures due March 1 , 2005, payable New York . 



Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement Fund 

9.81% Straight Term Debentures due December 31, 1994, payable Canada 

Advances received in current fiscal year to be converted to debentures 

at December 31, 1975 

Less advances received in fiscal 1974 and converted to debentures at 
December 31, 1974 (See 1975 Changes in Accounting Treatment, 
page 9) 

Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation— Waste Control Loans 
7.25% 

to 
8.00% Serial Debentures due April 15, 2014, payable Canada 1,226,994 

7.250% 

to 
7.625% Serial Debentures due June 12. 2014, payable Canada 1,314,714 

7.500% 

to 
7.875% Serial Debentures due September 1 8, 201 4, payable Canada 2, 1 92,976 

7.625% 

to 
7.875% Serial Debentures due December 30, 2014, payable Canada 1,114,897 

Cash advances, payable Canada — 

Advances received in current fiscal year 

Less: amounts forgiven or converted to debentures 
re advances received in current and previous years . 

Federal-Provincial Winter Capital Projects Fund 

6.32% 

to Notes due March 4, 1975 to March 27, 1995, payable Canada 

9.91% Less: forgiveness 

Less : refunds 

Federal Provincial Employment Loans 
6.07% Serial Debentures due October 1, 1979, payable Canada. . 775,290 

6.62% Serial Debentures due October 1, 1984, payable Canada. . . 931,204 

6.89% Serial Debentures due October 1 , 1989, payable Canada . . . 891 ,934 

6.98% Serial Debentures due October 1 . 1994, payable Canada . . . 14,826,091 
Less: Federal-Provincial Employment Loans notes forgiven or 

converted to debentures 



286,100,000 



175,000,000 
200,000,000 



138,125,000 
26,150,000 

(20,400,000) 



5,849,581 



17,267,059 

7,483,271 


9,783,788 


ND 

i 21,028,194 

2,773,383 
13,549 


18,241,262 



17,424,519 



Total Proceeds of Loans 



(19,248,867) 
1,538,822,283 



28 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 

DEBT TRANSACTIONS— Continued 

Repayment of Loans for year ended March 31, 1975 



Series 



Rate 



Detail 



Par Value 



Debentures 



'CG" 
CL" 
BM" 
BN" 
EM" 
CQ" 
'CS" 
CV" 
CX" 
CZ" 
DB" 
'DF" 
DH" 
'DL" 
DD" 
'DM" 
DP" 
DQ" 
DR" 
'DS" 
DU" 
'DV" 
DZ" 
EB" 
'EN" 
ES" 



(a) Payable in Canada in Canadian Dollars 



To Public 



4 1 / 4 % 

5% 

2 5 / 8 % 

2y 4 °/o 

6% 

4 1 / 4 °/o 

5% 

sy 2 % 

6% 

sy 2 % 

5«/ 2 % 
5>/ 4 % 
5»/ 4 % 

5»/2% 
5>/4% 

5>/ 4 % 

5»/4% 

5»/ 4 % 
5>/ 4 % 
5>/ 2 % 

5>/2% 

5y 4 7 
5y 4 °/„ 

7% 
7V4% 

7y 4 °/„ 



Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 
Matur 



ngMay 15, 1974 

ngJuly 15, 1975 

ngJuly 15, 1974-76. . .. 
ng January 15, 1975-77. 
ng December 15, 1977. 

ngJune 15, 1978 

ng January 1, 1979. . . . 

ng August 15, 1979 

ng November 15, 1979. 

ng May 1, 1980 

ng April 15, 1981 

ng March 15, 1982. . . . 
ng December 1, 1982. . 
ng September 15, 1983. 

ng October 1, 1983 

ng December 1, 1983. . 

ng April 15, 1984 

ng December 1, 1984. . 

ng April 15, 1985 

ng August 15, 1985. . . 
ng October 15, 1985. . . 

ng March 1, 1986 

ngMay 1, 1987 

ng February 15, 1988. . 
ng December 15, 1996. 
ng December 1, 1997. . 



002,000 
584,500 
651,000 
682,000 
775,000 
,684,500 
,231,500 
101,000 
203,500 
055,500 
683,000 
052,500 
,548,500 
707,000 
,990,500 
,305,500 
421,000 
,847,000 
450,000 
646,000 
512,000 
898,000 
50,000 
,928,500 
,239,000 
620,000 



152,869,000 



To Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation 
Various 51/8% 
to 
8.25% Maturing 2003-2014 



To Minister of Finance of Canada— The Municipal Works 
Assistance Act: 
Various 5i/ 4 % 
to 
55/ 8 % Maturing May 17, 1974-October 1, 1998 



To Minister of Finance of Canada— Federal-Provincial Special 
Development Loans: 
Various 5.38% 
to 
6.51 % Maturing March 30, 1978-93 



207,454 



4,254,022 



278,877 



'CN" 
'DX" 



4% 

55/8' 



(b) Payable in New York in U.S. Dollars 
To Public 

Maturing May 1 , 1 983 

Maturing April 1 5, 1997 



20,714,000 
10,000,000 



30,714,000 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



29 



SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 

DEBT TRANSACTIONS-Concluded 

Repayment of Loans— Concluded 



Series 



Rate 



Detail 



Par Value 

$ 



(c) Payable in Frankfurt in Deutsche Marks 

To Public 

"EF" 6»/ 4 % Maturing February 1, 1975 

"EG" 6>/ 2 % Maturing February 1, 1975-84 

"ER" 6% Maturing September 1 , 1 980-87 



24,052,800 
4,008,800 
2,992,751 



31,054,351 






(d) Issued on behalf of Ontario Hydro 
Payable in New York in U.S. Dollars 

To Public 

"BZ" 314% Maturing February 1, 1975 37,626,000 

"CC" 3'/ 8 % Maturing March 15, 1980 25,000 

"CE" 3y 8 % Maturing May 15, 1981 235,000 

"CT" 4y A % Maturing February 1, 1984 1,430,000 

"DT" 43/ 4 % Maturing September 15, 1990 2,805,000 

"DW" 51/2% Maturing April 1, 1996 184,000 

"EA" 6y 8 % Maturing December 1, 1997 425,000 

"EC 7'/ 8 % Maturing August 1, 1998 300,000 

"EE" 73/ 8 % Maturing February 15, 1999 150,000 

"EH" 8%% Maturing September 1, 1999 2,170,000 

"EJ" 914% Maturing February 15, 2000 300,000 

"EK" 91/4% Maturing August 1, 2000 580,000 

"ET" 7.30% Maturing December 1 5, 2002 750,000 46,980,000 

Total Debenture Repayments 266,357,704 

Treasury Bills 

(net) 90,000,000 

Federal-Provincial Employment Loans 

Notes-6.98% Maturing October 1, 1994 3,366,733 

Total Repayment of Loans 359,724,437 



30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

As at March 31, 1975 

CASH, TEMPORARY INVESTMENTS AND MARKETABLE SECURITIES 

1975 1974 

$ $ 

Temporary investments 1,131,160,501 1,240,472,354 

Marketable securities 166,391 ,699 99,452,824 

Bank balances (441,251,163) (357,638,491) 



856,301,037 982,286,687 



Temporary investments include obligations of Canadian chartered banks and other short term investments. 

Marketable securities consist mainly of debentures issued by the Province of Ontario and Ontario Hydro. 
The comparative 1974 amount includes $49 million of Ontario debentures valued at par which were previously 
reported as a deduction from debenture liability. The market value of marketable securities was $162 million 
($186 million par value) and $85 million ($100 million par value) at March 31, 1975 and 1974 respectively. (See 
1975 Changes in Accounting Treatment, page 9.) 

Bank balances includes an amount of $499 million representing cheques issued during April 1975 to record 
payments pertaining to the 1975 fiscal year. 

ADVANCES TO ONTARIO HYDRO 

1975 1974 

$ $ 

Secured 1,710,294,000 1,382,274,000 

Nuclear power generating station — Pickering 78,201 ,970 95,937,01 1 



1,788,495,970 1,478,211,011 



The financial statements of Ontario Hydro are shown in Volume 2 of the Public Accounts for 1974-75. 

Advances, secured by bonds, are made to Ontario Hydro from the proceeds of debentures issued by the 
Province of Ontario for that purpose under authority of The Power Corporation Act. As security for the advances, 
the Province holds bonds of Ontario Hydro for the principal amount with the same interest rate and terms as 
the related Province of Ontario debentures. 

The Province by agreement with Ontario Hydro and Atomic Energy of Canada Limited contributed to the 
capital cost of the Pickering Nuclear Power Generating plant. The final calculation of capital cost as defined in 
the agreement was completed during 1974-75 and the Province received a return of capital advances amounting 
to $9,859,575 leaving a revised capital advance of $100,446,237. Under the terms of the agreement the Province 
receives payments based on the net operational advantages of the plant. These payments which have amounted 
to $22,244,267 have been applied to reduce the advance. 

ADVANCES AND INVESTMENTS-OTHER CORPORATIONS, BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 

1975 1974 

$ $ 

The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation 1,196,148,314 1,178,661.569 

The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation 1,187,081,958 1,145,798,315 

Ontario Mortgage Corporation 384,419,000 263,245,000 

Ontario Land Corporation 320,100,000 

Ontario Housing Corporation 261 ,892,969 377,769,930 

Ontario Energy Corporation 100,000,000 

Ontario Development Corporation 89,570,645 68,265,046 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation 74,040,1 14 74,040,1 14 

Ontario Northland Transportation Commission 65,207,935 58,207,935 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation 29,871 ,303 27,357,302 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario 25,074,515 25,074,515 

Northern Ontario Development Corporation 20,651,141 10,1 15,937 

Ontario Student Housing Corporation 8,600,400 8,600,400 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 31 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

ADVANCES AND INVESTMENTS-OTHER CORPORATIONS, 
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS-Continued 

1975 1974 

$ $ 

Ontario Transportation Development Corporation 6,000,000 6,000,000 

Eastern Ontario Development Corporation 5,982,522 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario 3,500,000 70,000 

Ontario Lottery Corporation 300,000 

Ontario Place Corporation 3,471 ,900 






3,778,440,816 3,246,677,963 



Financial Statements of these Corporations, Boards and Commissions are shown in Volume 2 of the Public 
Accounts for 1974-75. 

The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation was established in 1964 with the object of purchasing 
from colleges, universities, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Royal Ontario Museum and municipalities for public 
library purposes, debentures issued by them for approved capital construction projects. The advances bear interest 
and are repayable to the Province in the same amounts as the yearly instalments become due on the debentures 
purchased by the Corporation. 

The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation was established in 1966 with the object of purchasing 
from municipalities debentures issued by them for school board undertakings. Interest paid on advances is 
equal to the net interest received by the Corporation from its investments. 

The Ontario Mortgage Corporation (formerly Housing Corporation Limited) has as its object the provision 
of funds for first and second mortgages to purchasers of new dwellings. The terms of such mortgages include 
interest at a rate comparable to the rate charged by the Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation on direct 
loans, a maximum loan of 95% of the dwelling value and repayment periods of up to 35 years. 

The Ontario Land Corporation was incorporated in 1975 to acquire land for new towns and industrial 
parks and to finance development of such land with government agencies and the private sector. The Corpora- 
tion received advances of $320 million to purchase land for the North Pickering, South Cayuga, Townsend and 
Edwardsburgh projects. The North Pickering land held by Ontario Housing Corporation was sold to the Ontario 
Land Corporation. The Ontario Housing Corporation in turn repaid $193 million advances previously made 
from the Consolidated Revenue Fund for the North Pickering Community Development Project. 

Ontario Housing Corporation, established in 1964, co-ordinates' the development and management of 
residential accommodation in Ontario that is financed out of public funds. This balance is made up of advances 
of $454,046,799 to December 31, 1974 as shown by the balance sheet of the Corporation and net receipts of 
$192,153,830 received by the Treasurer of Ontario between January 1, 1975 and March 31, 1975. 

The Ontario Energy Corporation was incorporated in 1975 to develop energy supplies for Ontario through 
investments, primarily in, but not limited to, Canada, in projects for the exploration, development and production 
of energy sources. Presently, priority will be accorded to development of natural gas, oil and coal sources. 
Ontario has agreed to make a 5% equity investment in Syncrude Canada Ltd. for oil sands development in 
northern Alberta. Such investment is presently estimated to be a total of $100 million over the next several years. 
The Corporation is participating in the Polar Gas Project to study the movement of natural gas from the Arctic 
to southern Canada. 

Ontario Development Corporation was established in 1966 with the objects of encouraging and assisting 
in the development and diversification of industry in Ontario. This asset consists of an investment of $7,000,000 
and advances of $82,570,645. The investment of $7,000,000 is the cost of all 7,000 shares, each with a par value 
of $1,000, authorized and issued by the Corporation. The advances consist of interest bearing advances of 
$43,139,251 and non-interest bearing advances of $39,431,394 including those made under the Equalization of 
Industrial Opportunity Program and for Industrial Parks. 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation was incorporated in 1952 for the purpose 
of making loans to assist young qualified farmers in the establishment, development and operation of their 
farms. This program was discontinued in February 1969. The Province has paid the cost of administration and 
the Corporation has applied its revenue to the payment of interest on borrowed funds and to the amortization 
of discount on debentures. 

This item represents the Province's investment in the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission 
which operates a railroad and related services in the northern regions of the Province. Of the total advance, 
$30,207,935 is non-interest bearing. 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation, incorporated in 1950, has as its object the purchase 
from municipalities in Ontario of debentures issued by them for municipal works and undertakings. 



32 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

ADVANCES AND INVESTMENTS-OTHER CORPORATIONS, 
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS-Continued 

The Liquor Control Board of Ontario was established to sell and control the sale of liquor in the Province 
of Ontario. 

Northern Ontario Development Corporation was established in 1971 with the objects of encouraging and 
assisting in the development and diversification of industry in Northern Ontario. The balance consists of interest 
bearing advances of $17,154,803 and non-interest bearing forgivable performance loans of $3,496,338. 

Ontario Student Housing Corporation was established in 1966 for the purpose of developing housing 
projects for students and their families. 

The investment in the Ontario Transportation Development Corporation is the cost of shares purchased 
by the Province. 

Eastern Ontario Development Corporation was established in 1974 with the objects of encouraging and 
assisting in the development and diversification of industry in Eastern Ontario. The balance consists of interest 
bearing advances of $3,177,044 and non-interest bearing forgivable performance loans of $2,805,478. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario was established in 1966 to administer plans of crop insurance 
and related activities in Ontario and generally to administer The Crop Insurance Act (Ontario). 

The Ontario Lottery Corporation was established in 1975 and its objects are to develop, undertake, organize, 
conduct and manage lottery schemes in the Province. Net profits of the Corporation will be available for the 
promotion and development of physical fitness, sports, recreational and cultural activities. 

INVESTMENTS IN WATER TREATMENT AND WASTE CONTROL FACILITIES 

1975 1974 

$ $ 

Investments in water treatment and waste control facilities 528,262,81 1 408,067,331 



The Ministry of the Environment lets extensive contracts for the building of water and sewage systems to 
serve municipalities. Under the agreements with individual municipalities the costs of construction and operation 
of the facilities are fully recoverable over the period of years provided in the agreements with the municipalities. 

LOANS TO MUNICIPALITIES 



Sundry municipalities re municipal works assistance 

The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 

Sundry municipalities re tile drainage 

Federal-Provincial Winter Capital Projects Fund. . . 

Federal-Provincial employment loans 

Ontario Housing Action Program 

Federal-Provincial special development loans 

Township of Elliot Lake 

Town of Kapuskasing 

The Shoreline Property Assistance Act, 1973 

City of Windsor 

Improvement District of Manitouwadge 

The Moosonee Development Area Board 

Township of Collingwood 

Township of Amabel 



The amount owing from sundry municipalities under The Municipal Works Assistance Act is the balance 
of loans made to municipalities for certain municipal projects. The loans are secured by debentures and are 
repayable over a twenty or thirty year period ending in 1998. 

The amount owing by The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto is the balance outstanding on debentures 
issued for subway purposes. Annual payments on principal are required over the period ending in 1995. 

The Tile Drainage Act authorizes the Treasurer of Ontario to purchase, acquire and hold debentures issued 
by municipalities for construction of drainage works. These debentures are payable within ten years of the date 
of the debentures. 



1975 


1974 


$ 


$ 


70,410,171 


74,748,299 


48,810,000 


50,188,000 


37,639,392 


29,179,431 


17,576,646 


730,000 


16,360,730 


16,771,938 


12,834,333 




4,404,000 


4,666,200 


2,418,300 


2,636,900 


1,359,807 


1 ,408,048 


748,893 


390,500 


216,483 


282,985 


150,000 


182,000 


119,000 


123,000 


116,826 




110,000 




213,274,581 


181,307,301 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 33 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

LOANS TO MUNICIPALITIES-Continued 

The objective of the Federal-Provincial Winter Capital Projects Fund was to stimulate growth in employ- 
ment, particularly during the winter of 1974-75. 

The objective of the Federal-Provincial employment loans program was to stimulate growth in employment, 
particularly during winter, by adding to or accelerating capital works projects. 

The Ontario Housing Action Program provides loans for regional and municipal public works to accelerate 
the supply of housing. 

The objective of the Federal-Provincial special development loans program was to stimulate capital spending 
and related employment especially in municipalities where unemployment is high. 

The amount owing by the Township of Elliot Lake is the balance outstanding on debentures issued for 
stabilization of municipal taxes and other municipal purposes. These debentures are repayable over a period 
of years with final maturity in 1984. 

The Town of Kapuskasing debentures held by the Province of Ontario are repayable over a period of years 
with final maturity in 1994. 

The objective of The Shoreline Property Assistance Act is to provide assistance for the rehabilitation and 
protection of property on or adjacent to shorelines. 

The amount owing by the City of Windsor relates to the Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway 
Company and to the Township of Sandwich East. 

The debentures of the Improvement District of Manitouwadge and The Moosonee Development Area Board 
were issued for various municipal projects and services. 

Special assistance was provided to the Townships of Collingwood and Amabel to relieve an otherwise undue 
tax burden. 

OTHER LOANS AND INVESTMENTS 



Loans to public hospitals 

The Sault Ste. Marie Bridge Act 

International Bridge Authority of Michigan— bonds 

St. Mary's River Bridge Company— shares 

Municipal and school tax credit assistance 

Sundry co-operative associations 

Loans under The Fisheries Loans Act 

Provincial Student-Aid Loans 

Sundry conservation authorities 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company— bonds 

Maturing^June 30, 1975 to 1977 

Maturing April 1 , 1980— retired 

Agricultural Loans 



The amount owing by public hospitals is the balance of advances made under authority of The Public 
Hospitals Act. 

The investment under The Sault Ste. Marie Bridge Act consists of bonds of the International Bridge 
Authority of Michigan and shares of the St. Mary's River Bridge Company. 

The International Bridge Authority of Michigan bonds, with a par value of $7,850,000 U.S. were 
acquired in 1960 at a cost of $7,615,072. These bonds, due September 1, 2000, bear interest at the rate of 
6% per annum but under the terms of the agreement interest is payable at maturity or only as funds are 
available from operations. The accumulated balance of interest remaining unpaid at March 31, 1975 was 
$4,871,899. 

The investment in the St. Mary's River Bridge Company is the cost of 137 shares purchased by the 
Province. 

Municipal and school tax credit assistance loans represent reimbursements to municipalities for credits 
and refunds allowed in accordance with the provisions of The Municipal and School Tax Credit Assistance Act. 



1975 


1974 


$ 


$ 


205,844,662 


175,502,311 


7,615,072 


7,615,072 


1,370 


1,370 


2,694,914 


2,368,518 


1,607,022 


1,840,686 


898,164 


898,164 


432,724 


624,766 


330,490 


407,540 


150,000 


200,000 




2,100,000 


140 


995 


219,574,558 


191,559,422 



34 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

OTHER LOANS AND INVESTMENTS-Continued 

The Co-operative Loans Act authorizes the Lieutenant Governor in Council to make loans to any co- 
operative association to enable it to carry out its objects. The loans are secured by a first mortgage on the real 
property of the co-operative association and are repayable over a period of twenty years. 

Loans under The Fisheries Loans Act were made to persons carrying on the business of commercial fishing 
or any other business dependent in whole or in part on the taking of fish from waters in which such taking has 
been prohibited due to pollution of the waters. These loans are secured by promissory notes payable on demand. 

The balance under Provincial Student-Aid loans is the total of the principal owing on loans as at March 
31, 1975. Loans to students under this program were discontinued in December 1964. 

The balance owing by sundry conservation authorities is the recoverable portion of grants made for land 
acquisition and construction of dams and reservoirs. During the year no loans were made and repayments of 
$77,050 were received. 

The investment in the Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company consists of 2% bonds in 
the amount of $150,000 due June 30, 1975-77. 

The Agricultural Development Repeal Act, 1973 came into force on July 1, 1973. This Act terminated 
the office of the Commissioner of Agricultural Loans, and transferred the powers, duties and obligations of the 
Commissioner relative to loans made under The Agricultural Development Act to the Treasurer of Ontario 
and Minister of Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. 

NET DEBT 

1975 1974 

$ $ 

Net Debt 3,448,069,583 2,901,508,846 



The Net Debt of the Province is the excess of liabilities over revenue-producing and realizable assets. 
Year-to-year changes in net debt are related directly to the amount by which revenues exceed or are less than 
expenditures on budgetary transactions. 

DEMAND DEPOSITS WITH THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO SAVINGS OFFICE 

1975 1974 

$ $ 

Demand deposits with The Province of Ontario Savings Office 233,727,157 187,332,809 



These deposits are carried in twenty-one branches of the Savings Office throughout the Province. The 
liability of the Savings Office to depositors is similar to the liability of a chartered bank in regard to savings 
deposits. The financial statement of The Province of Ontario Savings Office is shown on page 47. 

PENSION FUNDS 



Public Service Superannuation Fund (See page 44) 

Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Account (See page 45) 



1975 


1974 


$ 


$ 


794,041,634 


685,032,086 


1,910,972 


1,754,525 



795,952,606 686,786,611 



Based on actuarial studies dated December 31, 1970, the Public Service Superannuation Fund has un- 
funded liabilities as follows as at March 31, 1975: 

1. An initial unfunded liability of $82,616,000 upon which interest is credited annually to the Fund in 
accordance with The Pension Benefits Act. 

2. An experience deficiency of $34,625,000 which had been liquidated at March 31, 1975. An actuarial study 
as at December 31, 1973 is currently being prepared. 

The Public Service Superannuation Fund is the pension fund for Ontario public servants. 

The balance in the Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Account is the pension fund for members 
of the Legislative Assembly. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 35 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

PENSION FUNDS-Continued 
Teachers' Superannuation Fund 

Through the budgetary expenditures of the Ministry of Education the Province of Ontario makes annual 
contributions to the Teachers' Superannuation Fund administered by the Teachers' Superannuation Commission 
equal in amount to contributions by members. Further, the Province is committed to paying any deficiency 
in the Fund. Based on actuarial studies as at December 31, 1972, the Fund has unfunded liabilities as follows 
at March 31, 1975: 

1. An initial unfunded liability of $328 million upon which an interest contribution is credited annually 
to the Fund in accordance with the Pension Benefits Act. 

2. A residual unfunded liability due to plan amendments amounting to $230 million which is required to 
be amortized in the seventeen year period ending December 31, 1989 by annual payments of $21.9 million. 

As at March 31, 1975, the Province had made all required payments. 

DEPOSIT, TRUST AND RESERVE ACCOUNTS 



Deposit and Trust Accounts- 
Ontario Energy Corporation— deposit account 

Ministry of the Environment: 

Sinking fund for recovery of cost of capital assets 

Reserve fund for renewals, replacements and contingencies 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund (See page 46) 

Ontario Food Terminal Board— sinking fund deposits 

Unclaimed vacation-with-pay trust account 

Ministry of Community and Social Services— Ontario Olympic Lottery 

Sports Fund 

Ministry of Natural Resources— The Pits and Quarries Control Act, 1971 
Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations— Personal Property 

Security Assurance Fund 

Queen Elizabeth II Ontario Scholarship Fund (capital and income) 

Bequests and scholarships- 
Education 

Community and Social Services 

Health 

Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs 

Agriculture and Food 

Correctional Services 

Ministry of Labour— Employment Standards— unclaimed wages 

Assurance Fund— Land Titles Office 

Security deposits— sundry ministries 

Unclaimed monies— various statutes 

Security bond forfeitures— 

The Motor Vehicle Dealers Act 

The Consumer Protection Act 

The Real Estate and Business Brokers Act 

The Private Investigators and Security Guards Act 

The Fund for Milk and Cream Producers 

Ministry of Colleges and Universities— special account 

Payroll Deductions 

Deep Well Disposal Security Fund 

McMichael Canadian Collection of Art 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications— Construction Trust 

Account 

Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations— Canada Labour 

Safety Code 

Ministry of Government Services— Publications Deposit Trust Account . 

Ministry of Labour— Canada Labour Safety Code 

Canadian Trotting Association— Standard Breeders awards unclaimed . . 

Ontario Education Association— Elementary Teachers' Loan Fund 

Ministry of Education Correspondence Courses Relocation Incidentals. . 
Ministry of Health— Ontario Hospital Association— Blue Cross 



1975 


1974 


$ 


$ 


99,998,000 




30,352,800 


27 128,657 


8,258,122 


7,822,402 


31,506,311 


30,009,753 


2,470,440 


2,188,235 


2,415,185 


2,416,622 


2,060,992 




2,015,570 


1,034,564 


638,138 


429,955 


509,676 


508,307 


413,764 


387,843 


52,672 


48,658 


42,369 


39,329 


10,500 


10,500 


6,444 


5,217 


1,120 


1,120 


376,086 


345,599 


300,000 


300,000 


284,504 


183,909 


259,581 


227,898 


85,000 


60,000 


59,859 


65,000 


45,238 


35,238 




3,524 


176,710 


129,554 


167,968 


167,968 


117,659 


(175,123) 


69,926 


64,683 


68,894 


60,637 


58,973 


139,908 


50,000 


50,000 


49,328 




25,000 


25,000 


11,627 


7,922 


11,491 


10,554 


9,365 




6,091 





36 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

DEPOSIT, TRUST AND RESERVE ACCOUNTS-Continued 

1975 1974 

Deposit and Trust Accounts— Continued $ $ 

Ministry of Health— hospital trust accounts 3,984 1 1,603 

Ministry of Government Services— Central Collection Services 1,626 15,838 

Ministry of Health — Home Care Program of Metropolitan Toronto 1 ,401 

Ministry of Health— Estates' Funds 320 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company- 
Sinking fund deposit 1 ,000,000 

Interest on sinking fund deposit 966,965 

Coupon account 1 ,343 

Coaching Development Program 90,000 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario— deposit account 7,639 

Sundry 14,488 7,437 

Reserve Accounts- 
Outstanding cheques- 
Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs 1,706,790 1,709,178 

Health 1,241,138 1,378,978 

Consumer and Commercial Relations 21,567 20,057 

Government Services 5,183 4,333 

Management Board of Cabinet 4,554 2,664 

Correctional Services 3,645 1 ,527 

Agriculture and Food 1 , 1 27 879 

Colleges and Universities 745 791 

Unclaimed debenture principal and interest 1,287,467 26,316 

Province of Ontario Savings Office (less assets) 138,477 186,654 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications— Asset replacement. . . . 2,000 1,750 
Miscellaneous- 
Loans to Commercial Fishermen under The Fisheries Loans Act 193,241 193,241 

Mortgage payable— acquisition of the property at 880 Bay Street, Toronto 45,624 1 55,549 



187,658,780 79,516,175 



These amounts represent funds deposited with the Treasurer of Ontario or held in trust for various purposes 
and special accounts which are available for expenditure in periods subsequent to the current fiscal year. 
See 1975 Changes in Accounting Treatment, page 9. 

ADVANCES PAYABLE 1975 1974 

$ $ 

Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation — waste control loans 34,984,861 25,201,073 

Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement Fund 26,150,000 20,400,000 



61,134,861 45,601,073 



The Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation advances funds to the Province on an interim basis for a 
portion of the cost of waste control projects under construction. When a project is completed the advance is 
partially forgiven and the balance converted to a forty year serial debenture. 

The Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement Fund deposits surplus funds with the Province and on 
December 31 each year receives a debenture for all funds deposited in the calendar year. The balance in "advances 
payable" represents deposits made between January 1 and March 3 1 . (See 1 975 Changes in Accounting Treatment, 
page 9.) 

TREASURY B.LLS ^ ^ 

$ $ 

Treasury bills 90,000,000 



A Treasury Bill financing program was introduced on April 7, 1971 . Under this program, non-interest bearing 
Treasury Bills, with 91 day maturity, were sold by tender on a regular basis until April 9, 1974 when the program 
was cancelled. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



37 



SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

NOTES PAYABLE 



Federal-Provincial winter capital projects fund 
Federal-Provincial employment loans 



1975 


1974 


$ 


$ 


8,971,262 


730,000 




22,615,600 



18,971,262 



23,345,600 






The Province of Ontario has received funds from the Government of Canada in connection with the above 
federal-provincial employment incentive programs. The notes are due and payable at various dates between 
1979 and 1995. 

DEBENTURES 

1975 1974 

The debenture liability in the hands of the public is payable as follows: $ $ 

In-Canadian dollars 7,740,175,319 6,748,488,571 

-United States dollars 1,733,546,000 1,436,240,000 

-West German deutsche marks 61 ,253,371 92,307,722 

Debentures (See page 41 ) 9,534,974,690 8,277,036,293 



The indebtedness payable in United States dollars is expressed in Canadian dollars at par and that payable 
in German marks is recorded at the rate of exchange in effect at the time of issue. At March 31, 1975 and March 
31, 1974 the Canadian dollar equivalent of the German mark indebtedness amounted to $92,702,520 and 
$125,555,400 respectively. 

CONTINGENT LIABILITIES 

1975 1974 

Bonds, etc. guaranteed by the Province of Ontario— $ $ 

Ontario Hydro 3,778,916,334 3,250,347,534 

Ontario Development Corporation 11 ,447,826 4,669,736 

Agriculture and Food 47,040,171 33,876,376 

Provincial Crown Agencies 95,828,963 92,795,188 

3,933,233,294 3,381,688,834 
Less : Bonds of Ontario Hydro held as investments of the Province 89,784,000 5 1 ,504,500 

3,843,449,294 3,330,184,334 
Details of Contingent Liabilities— See pages 42-43. = - 

FIXED ASSETS 

Government expenditures on fixed assets are not capitalized for the reasons given in the Basis of Reporting 
on page 8. They are carried on the government accounting records at the nominal value of one dollar. 

INACTIVE ASSETS 

The Province of Ontario has fully reserved inactive assets in the amount of $4,350,546. 

The Government of Canada Debt Account at $2,848,290 is an amount on which the Government of Canada 
pays interest at 5% to compensate the Province of Ontario for monies withheld from the Province in the period 
July 1, 1867 to January 1, 1873. 

The Common School Fund at $1,502,256 represents Ontario's share in a permanent fund of $2,677,771 
held in trust by the Government of Canada for the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec. The fund is derived from 
the sale of Crown lands set aside for the benefit of common schools by statutes enacted before Confederation. 
The Government of Canada pays interest to the Provinces on the principal sum at the rate of 5% per annum, 
payable semi-annually, in proportion to their respective populations as determined by the most recent decennial 
census. The present allocation is based on the census of 1971 . 



LONG TERM LEASES 

The Province has long-term lease commitments for accommodation amounting to $207 million to 1999 
and an additional $12 million for years beyond 1999. The lease payments made in 1974-75 amounted to $30 
million. 



38 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 
PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 
DETAILS OF DEBENTURES OUTSTANDING 

As at March 31, 1975 



Interest 
Date of Issue Series Rate Original Issue Outstanding References 



Date of Maturity 



(a) Payable in Canada in Canadian Dollars 



To Public: 




















July 15, 


1975-76 


July 


15, 


1946 


BM 


3 


30,000,000 


3,250,000 


(0(2) 


Jan. 15, 


1976-77 


Jan. 


15, 


1947 


BN 


21 


50,000,000 


3,420,000 


(3)(4) 


July 15, 


1975 


July 


15, 


1957 


CL 


5 


33,000,000 


23,529,500 


(3) 


Dec. 1, 


1976 


Dec. 


1, 


1956 


CJ 


4| 


32,000,000 


27,711,500 


(3) 


Oct. 15, 


1977 


Oct. 


15, 


1950 


BT 


3 


50,000,000 


39,190,000 


(3) 


Dec. 15, 


1977 


Dec. 


15, 


1971 


EM 


6 


25,000,000 


21,225,000 


(5) 


June 15, 


1978 


June 


15, 


1958 


CQ 


44 


40,000,000 


31,842,500 


(3) 


Jan. 1, 


1979 


Jan. 


1, 


1959 


CS 


5 


50,000,000 


42,291,000 


(3) 


Aug. 15, 


1979 


Aug. 


15, 


1959 


CV 


5^ 


32,000,000 


27,715,000 


(3) 


Nov. 15, 


1979 


Nov. 


15, 


1959 


CX 


6 


35,000,000 


30,906,000 


(3) 


May 1, 


1980 


May 


1, 


1960 


CZ 


5* 


50,000,000 


36,999,000 


(3) 


Apr. 15, 


1981 


Apr. 


15, 


1961 


DB 


5* 


26,000,000 


18,421,000 


(3) 


Mar. 15, 


1982 


Mar. 


15. 


1962 


DF 


% 


40,000,000 


34,430,000 


(3) 


Dec. 1 , 


1982 


Dec. 


1, 


1962 


DH 


54 


44,000,000 


39,019,500 


(3) 


Sept. 15, 


1983 


Sept. 


15, 


1963 


DL 


5i 


35,000,000 


30,721,000 


(3) 


Oct. 1, 


1983 


Oct. 


1, 


1961 


DD 


5i 


36,000,000 


29,923,000 


(3) 


Dec. 1, 


1983 


Dec. 


1, 


1963 


DM 


54 


50,000,000 


42,145,000 


(3) 


Apr. 15, 


1984 


Apr. 


15, 


1964 


DP 


54 


41,500,000 


39,961,000 


(3) 


Dec. 1 , 


1984 


Dec. 


1, 


1964 


DQ 


54 


60,000,000 


52,936,000 


(3) 


Apr. 15, 


1985 


Apr. 


15, 


1965 


DR 


54 


50,000,000 


48,742,000 


(3) 


Aug. 15, 


1985 


Aug. 


15, 


1965 


DS 


5£ 


50,000,000 


42,583,000 


(3) 


Oct. 15, 


1985 


Oct. 


15, 


1965 


DU 


5^ 


50,000,000 


48,409,500 


(3) 


Mar. 1, 


1986 


Mar. 


1, 


1966 


DV 


54 


50,000,000 


45,288,500 


(3) 


May 1, 


1987 


May 


1, 


1967 


DZ 


54 


27,000,000 


26,690,000 


(3) 


Feb. 15, 


1988 


Feb. 


15, 


1968 


EB 


7 


50,000,000 


45,071,500 


(3) 


Dec. 15, 


1996 


Dec. 


15, 


1971 


EN 


74 


75,000,000 


58,761,000 


(3) 


Aug. 1, 


1997 


Aug. 


1, 


1972 


EQ 


8 


100,000,000 


100,000,000 


(3)(6) 


Dec. 1 


1997 


Dec. 


1 


1972 


ES 


74 


100,000,000 


90,380,000 


(3) 



1,081,561,500 



To Teachers 


' Superannuation Fund: 














Nov. 


, 1982 


May 


1, 


1971 


TI 


6 


74,200,000 


74,200,000 


(5) 


Nov. 


, 1987 


May 


1, 


1971 


TI 


6 


176,000,000 


176,000,000 


(5) 


Nov. 


, 1992 


May 


1, 


1971 


TI 


6 


454,500,000 


454,500,000 


(5) 


Apr. \ 


>, 1993 


Apr. 


2, 


1973 


TI 


8.06 


50,000,000 


50,000,000 


(5) 


May 


, 1993 


May 


1, 


1973 


TI 


8.06 


32,000,000 


32,000,000 


(5) 


Oct. 


, 1993 


Oct. 


1, 


1973 


TI 


8.06 


5,000,000 


5,000,000 


(5) 


Nov. 


, 1993 


Nov. 


1, 


1973 


TI 


8.06 


92,000,000 


92,000,000 


(5) 


Jan. 


, 1994 


Jan. 


1, 


1974 


TI 


8.06 


16,000,000 


16,000,000 


(5) 


May 


, 1996 


May 


1, 


1971 


TI 


8.57 


18,000,000 


18,000,000 


(5) 


Nov. 


, 1996 


Nov. 


1, 


1971 


TI 


8.57 


74,000,000 


74,000,000 


(5) 


Jan. 


, 1997 


Jan. 


1, 


1972 


TI 


8.57 


18,000,000 


18,000,000 


(5) 


Mar. 3( 


), 1997 


Mar. 


30, 


1972 


TI 


8.57 


62,000,000 


62,000,000 


(5) 


May 


, 1997 


May 


1, 


1972 


TI 


7.86 


25,500,000 


25,500,000 


(5) 


Nov. 


, 1997 


Nov. 


1, 


1972 


TI 


7.86 


84,500,000 


84,500,000 


(5) 


Jan. 


, 1998 


Jan. 


1, 


1973 


TI 


7.86 


9,500,000 


9,500,000 


(5) 


Apr. 


, 1999 


Apr. 


1, 


1974 


TI 


8.39 


2,600,000 


2,600,000 


(5) 


May 


, 1999 


May 


1, 


1974 


TI 


8.39 


46,000,000 


46,000,000 


(5) 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



39 



SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

DETAILS OF DEBENTURES OUTSTANDING-Continued 

As at March 31, 1975 



Date of Maturity 



Date of Issue 



Series 



Interest 
Rate Original Issue Outstanding References 



Sept. 30, 1999 
Nov. 1, 1999 
Jan. 1,2000 



Sept. 30, 1974 
Nov. 1, 1974 
Jan. 1, 1975 



TI 
TI 
TI 



8.39 
8.39 
8.39 



40,000,000 

117,000,000 

80,500,000 



40,000,000 

117,000,000 

80,500,000 

1,477,300,000 



(5) 
(5) 
(5) 



To Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement Fund 



Dec. 31, 1993 

Dec. 31, 1993-99 

Dec. 31, 1994 

Dec. 31,2000 

Dec. 31,2001 

Dec. 31,2002 



Dec. 31, 1973 
Dec. 31, 1973 

Dec. 31, 1974 
Dec. 31, 1970 
Dec. 31, 1971 
Dec. 31, 1972 



MER 
MER 

MER 
MER 
MER 
MER 



8.15 
5.49 to 
8.19 
9.81 
9.10 
7.85 
8.02 



125,100,000 
154,000,000 

138,125,000 
57,600,000 
75,000,000 
91,300,000 



125,100,000 
154,000,000 

138,125,000 
57,600,000 
75,000,000 
91,300,000 

641,125,000 



(5) 
(5) 

(5) 
(5) 
(5) 

(5) 



To Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation: 



2003 


1971 


WR 


5.38 


458,176 


433,891 


2004 


Various 1970-71 


WR 


5.13 


545,885 


515,960 


2009-10 


Various 1969-70 


WR 


5.75 to 
6.38 


4,297,681 


4,136,011 


2010-11 


Various 1970-71 


WR 


5.38 to 
8.25 


5,804,642 


5,703,035 


2011 


Various 1971 


WR 


6.88 to 
'8.25 


7,281,714 


7,174,709 


2012-13 


Various 1972-73 


WR 


7.25 to 
8.25 


1,385,965 


1,374,526 


2013-14 


Various 1973-74 


WR 


6.13 to 
8.25 


20,324,185 


20,204,235 


2014 


1974 


WR 


7.63-7.88 


1,114,897 


1,112,716 



40,655,083 



To Minister of Finance of Canada— The Municipal Works Assistance Act: 



1975-76 


Various 1965-66 


MW 


5.25-5.38 


506,211 


63,305 


(5) 


1976 


Various 1966-67 


MW 


5.25-5.38 


626,737 


152,855 


(5) 


1979 


1969 


MW 


5.25 


67,058 


30,989 


(5) 


1980-81 


Various 1965-66 


MW 


5.25-5.38 


561,218 


278,049 


(5) 


1981 


Various 1966 


MW 


5.25-5.38 


1,482,232 


835,680 


(5) 


1985-86 


Various 1965-66 


MW 


5.25-5.38 


13,123,404 


8,828,067 


(5) 


1986-87 


Various 1966-67 


MW 


5.25 to 

5.63 

5.25 to 
5.63 

5.25 to 
5.63 
5.38 


17,150,916 


11,481,512 


(5) 


1987-88 


Various 1967-68 


MW 


30,298,746 


21,395,354 


(5) 


1988-89 


Various 1968-69 


MW 


4,278,912 


3,098,632 


(5) 


Feb. 15, 1995 


Feb. 15, 1965 


MW 


5,800,000 


4,752,577 


(5) 



40 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

DETAILS OF DEBENTURES OUTSTANDING-Continued 

As at March 31, 1975 

Interest 
Date of Maturity Date of Issue Series Rate Original Issue Outstanding References 



1995 


Various 1965 


MW 


5.38 


$ 
16,311,500 


$ 
13,734,449 


(5) 


1996-97 


Various 1966-67 


MW 


5.25-5.38 


7,785,870 


4.713,461 


(5) 


1997-98 


Various 1967-68 


MW 


5.63 


2,017,534 


1,502,056 


(5) 


Oct. 1, 1998 


Oct. 1, 1968 


MW 


5.63 


1,869,862 


1,216,652 


(5) 



72,083,638 



To Minister of Finance of Canada— Canada Pension Plan Investment Fund 



1986 


1966 


CPP 


5.29 


20,110,000 


20,110,000 


(7) 


1986-87 


Various 1966-67 


CPP 


5.36 to 
5.61 


332,587,000 


332,587,000 


(7) 


1987-88 


Various 1967-68 


CPP 


5.37 to 
6.53 


375,902,000 


375,902,000 


(7) 


1988-89 


Various 1968-69 


CPP 


6.40 to 

7.17 


411,993,000 


411,993,000 


(7) 


1989-90 


Various 1969-70 


CPP 


7.16 to 
8.33 


445,777,000 


445,777,000 


(7) 


1990-91 


Various 1970-71 


CPP 


6.79 to 
8.14 


476,038,000 


476,038,000 


(7) 


1991-92 


Various 1971-72 


CPP 


6.75 to 
7.54 


498,328,000 


498,328,000 


(7) 


1992-93 


Various 1972-73 


CPP 


7.08 to 
7.51 


536,357,000 


536,357,000 


(7) 


1993-94 


Various 1973-74 


CPP 


7.30 to 

7.75 


606,592,000 


606,592,000 


(7) 


1994-95 


Various 1974-75 


CPP 


7.61 to 
9.25 


701,797,000 


701,797,000 


(7) 



4,405,481,000 



To Minister of Finance of Canada — Federal-Provincial Special Development Loans: 

1978-93 Mar. 30, 1973 SD 5.38 to 5,086,663 4,544,579 

6.51 



To Minister of Finance of Canada— Federal-Provincial Employment Loans: 

1979-94 Oct. 1,1974 ELP 6.07 to 17,424,519 17,424,519 

6.98 



To Public: 

Nov. 1, 1978 

Mar. 15, 1980 

May 15, 1981 

May 1, 1983 

Feb. 1, 1984 

Sept. 15, 1990 

Apr. 1, 1996 



7,740,175,319 
(b) Payable in New York in United States Dollars 



Nov. 1, 1953 


CA 


31 


50,000,000 


46,097,000 


(8) 


Mar. 15, 1954 


CC 


% 


30,000,000 


28,886,000 


(8) 


May 15, 1956 


CE 


3i 


50,000,000 


40,501,000 


(8) 


May 1, 1958 


CN 


4 


50,000,000 


23,252,000 


(9) 


Feb. 1, 1959 


CT 


H 


75,000,000 


66,783,000 


(9) 


Sept. 15, 1965 


DT 


% 


50,000,000 


44,896,000 


(9) 


Apr. 1, 1966 


DW 


% 


35,000,000 


32,127,000 


(10) 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 41 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

DETAILS OF DEBENTURES OUTSTANDING -Continued 

As at March 31, 1975 









Interest 








Date of Maturity 


Date of Issue 


Series 


Rate 


Original Issue 


Outstanding 


References 


Apr. 15, 1997 


Apr. 15, 1967 


DX 


5| ■ 


$ 
65,000,000 


$ 
59,249,000 


(10) 


Dec. 1, 1997 


Dec. 1, 1967 


EA 


<£ 


75,000,000 


70,530,000 


(10) 


Aug. 1, 1998 


Aug. 1, 1968 


EC 


7£ 


75,000,000 


70,680,000 


(10) 


Feb. 15, 1999 


Feb. 15, 1969 


EE 


7| 


75,000,000 


73,830,000 


(10) 


Sept. 1, 1999 


Sept. 1, 1969 


EH 


81 


100,000,000 


95,215,000 


(10) 


Feb. 15,2000 


Feb. 15, 1970 


EJ 


9i 


100,000,000 


98,720,000 


(10) 


Aug. 1,2000 


Aug. 1, 1970 


EK 


9i 


75,000,000 


73,435,000 


(10) 


May 15, 2001 


May 15, 1971 


EL 


7.85 


100,000,000 


89,650,000 


(10) 


May 15,2002 


May 15, 1972 


EP 


7.70 


100,000,000 


99,145,000 


(10) 


Dec. 15,2002 


Dec. 15, 1972 


ET 


7.30 


100,000,000 


95,550,000 


(10) 


Oct. 15,2003 


Oct. 15, 1973 


EU 


7.90 


125,000,000 


125,000,000 


(10) 


Mar. 15,2004 


Mar. 15, 1974 


EV 


8.60 


125,000,000 


125,000,000 


(10) 


Oct. 1, 2004 


Oct. 1, 1974 


EW 


10.25 


175,000,000 


175,000,000 


(10) 


Mar. 1,2005 


Mar. 1, 1975 
(c) Payable in Fran 


EX 

KFURT, 


8g 
Germany in 


200,000,000 
Deutsche Mar 


200,000,000 


(10) 




1,733,546,000 






KS 




To Public: 














Feb. 1, 1976-84 


Feb. 1, 1969 


EG 


6i 


40,088,000 


36,079,200 


(11) 


Sept. 1, 1980-87 


Sept. 1, 1972 


ER 


6 


30,757,222 


25,174,171 


(12) 




61,253,371 




Total 


9,534,974,690 

















References : 

(1) Callable at par. 

(2) Annual maturity 1975-76—52,000,000, less redemptions. 

(3) Callable at par 2 to 5 years prior to final maturity. 

(4) Annual maturity 1976-77—52,000,000, less redemptions. 

(5) Non-callable. 

(6) $100,000,000 of bonds were issued to mature August 1, 1997, subject to maturity of any bond on August 1, 
1980, if the bondholder so elected after August 1, 1979 and prior to February 1, 1980. 

(7) Payable to the credit of the Canada Pension Plan Investment Fund 20 years after their date of issue; not 
negotiable and not transferable or assignable; redeemable at par in whole or in part before maturity at the 
option of the Minister of Finance of Canada when he deems it necessary in order to meet the requirements 
of the Canada Pension Plan but only on six months' prior notice. 

(8) Callable 5 years after date of issue and thereafter at various declining premiums. 

(9) Callable 10 years after date of issue and thereafter at various declining premiums. 

(10) Callable 15 years after date of issue and thereafter at various declining premiums. 

(11) Annual maturity 1976-84— DM 15,000,000. Callable 6 years after date of issue and thereafter at various 
declining premiums. 

(12) Original annual maturity 1980-87-DM 12,500,000. Callable through the years 1980-82 at 101% or any 
other subsequent redemption date at 100%. 



42 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 
Contingent Liabilities— Obligations Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario 



Description of Security 



Ontario Hydro- 
Ontario Hydro 



Date of 

Maturity 



Aug. 
Jan. 
Sept 
Oct. 
Nov 
Jan. 
Mar 
Apr 
Feb 
Mar 
Aug 
Oct. 



Feb. 
July 
Feb. 



15, 1975 

15, 1974/76 
15, 1976 
1, 1976 
15, 1974/76 
5, 1975/77 
1. 1975/77 
1, 1974/77 
1, 1978 
1, 1976/78 
15, 1978 
15, 1976/78 
Nov. 30, 1978 
Mar. 1,1979 
May 15, 1974/79 
July 1, 1979 
Oct. 15. 1974/79 
15, 1978/80 
15, 1978/80 
15. 1979/81 
June 14, 1981 
Aug. 15. 1981 
Nov. 15. 1981 
Jan. 10. 1982 
Feb. 10, 1982 
June 15, 1979/82 
Mar. 1, 1980/83 
June 15, 1979/83 
Aug. 15. 1983 

15. 1980/83 
1, 1981/84 
1, 1975/84 
1, 1980/84 
1. 1981/85 
15, 1977/86 
1. 1977/86 

1. 1980/87 
5, 1985/87 

2. 1983/87 
4. 1984/88 

Mar. 11, 1981/88 
Apr. 15, 1984/88 
July 5, 1984/88 
Jan. 5, 1985/89 
Sept. 20, 1985/89 
Mar. 15, 1986/90 
Apr. 1, 1988/92 
Aug. 15, 1988/92 
Sept. 18, 1988/92 
Mar. 18, 1989/94 



Nov. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Oct 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

June 

July 

Oct. 

Jan. 



Apr. 
May 
Oct. 
Dec 
Feb. 



Apr. 
July 
Sept. 
Feb. 
Apr. 
Sept. 
Feb. 



as at March 31, 1975 



Year of 
Issue 



1, 1990/94 
1, 1989/94 
1, 1989/94 
1, 1989/94 
1, 1990/95 
June 30, 1990/95 
Nov. 30, 1990/95 
Feb. 4, 1991/96 
1, 1991/96 
21, 1991/96 
15, 1991/96 
1, 1992/97 
5, 1992/97 
15, 1992/97 
1, 1993/98 
May 15, 1993/98 
Nov. 30, 1993/98 
Mar. 1, 1994/99 
June 14, 1994/99 
Aug. 15, 1994/99 
Nov. 15, 1994/99 
Jan. 10, 1995/2000 
Feb. 10, 1995/2000 
Various short 

term notes 



1957 
1956 
1970 
1969 
1957 
1967 
1955 
1957 
1972 
1958 
1973 
1958 
1973 
1974 
1954 
1959 
1954 
1960 
1960 
1961 
1974 
1974 
1974 
1975 
1975 
1962 
1963 
1963 
1973 
1961 
1964 
1969 
1964 
1965 
1971 
1971 
1972 
1967 
1972 
1966 
1973 
1966 
1966 
1967 
1967 
1967 
1968 
1968 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1969 
1969 
1969 
1970 
1970 
1970 
1971 
1971 
1971 
1971 
1972 
1972 
1972 
1973 
1973 
1973 
1974 
1974 
1974 
1974 
1975 
1975 



Debentures 



Rate of 
Interest 



4-y 4 

4 

8'/ 2 

8'/ 4 

5 

6'/ 4 

3'/ 2 

5 

6>/ 4 

4'/ 2 

8'/ 4 

5 

8'/ 4 

8 

3'/ 2 

5-y 4 

3'/ 2 
6 

5'/2 

5'/ 2 

9'/ 8 

9-V 4 

9Vs 

8% 

7% 

5 

5'/ 4 

5 

8*4 

5'/ 4 

5'/ 4 

7 

5'/ 4 

5'/ 4 

8'/ 4 

V/i 

6'/ 2 

6>/ 4 

5'/ 2 

5-y 4 

6'/2 

6 
6 

6>/ 4 

6'/ 2 

6 

7 

7 

7 

7-y 4 

9 

7y 4 

8'/ 4 
8'/ 2 
9 
9 

sy 4 

7'/ 2 

7 5 /8 

8'/ 4 
V/ % 

m 

7 5 /8 

8'/ 4 

7-y 4 

8 

8'/ 2 
8'/ 2 
9% 

10 •/« 

10 

9-y 4 

9'/ 2 
Various 



Original 

Amount 
of Principal 
Guaranteed 

$ 

37.300,000 
50,000,000 
75,000,000 
15,000,000 
36,250,000 
15,000,000 
40,000,000 
81,500,000 
30,000,000 
36,500,000 
30,000,000 
49,500,000 
25,000.000 
25,000,000 
35,000,000 
37.000,000 
50,000,000 
34.000.000 
44,600,000 
44.700.000 
25,000,000 
25,000,000 
40.000.000 
40,000,000 
25,000,000 
36.500,000 
46,500,000 
60,190,400 
45,000,000 
42,800,000 
59,000,000 
40,401.005 
65.000.000 
75,000.000 
35,295.312 
30,445,000 
30,782,993 
25,000,000 
25,912.024 
55,000,000 
35,480,000 
50,000.000 
50,000,000 
45,000,000 
28,000,000 
49,000,000 
50,000,000 
50,000,000 
65,000.000 
35,000,000 
50,000,000 
40.000.000 
25,000,000 
30,000,000 
50,000,000 
60,000,000 
75,000,000 
100,000.000 
60,000,000 
75,000,000 
100,000,000 
70,000,000 
100,000,000 
100,000,000 
100,000,000 
125,000,000 
50,000,000 
75,000,000 
75,000,000 
75,000,000 
60,000,000 
60,000,000 
100,000,000 



Net 

Liability 

of the Province 

March 31, 1975 Refe 

$ 

30,463,500 t 

43,347,000 ( 

74,975,000 | 

1 3,949,000 ( 

34,599,000 ( 

14,810,000 ( 

38,113,500 ( 

72,444,500 ( 

30,000,000 ( 

32,627,000 ( 

30,000,000 ( 

45,508,000 < 

25,000,000 ( 

25,000,000 ( 

34,492,000 ( 

28,811.500 ( 

49,352,000 ( 

26,355,000 ( 

35,425,000 ( 

39,250,000 ( 

25,000,000 ( 

25,000.000 ( 

40,000,000 I 

40,000,000 < 

25,000,000 ( 

32,069,000 ( 

38,893,500 ( 

51,215,400 ( 

45,000,000 < 
39,812.500 < 
49,689,100 ( 

40,401.005 ( 

53,156,500 ( 
67,546,000 ( 
35,295,312 ( 
30,445,000 ( 
30,782.993 ( 
23,722,500 ( 
25.912.024 
47,856,500 
35,480,000 
46.777,000 
43.976,500 
37,874,000 
27,426,000 
44,727,000 
39,920,000 
43,265,000 
56.217,000 
27,262,000 
46,527,000 
30.754,500 
23.415.000 
20,888,000 
9,281,000 
57.770,000 
69,554,500 
86,786.500 
52,490,000 
66,119,500 
83.898,500 
67,775,000 
92,271,000 
93,134,000 
98,423,000 

123.000.000 
50.000,000 
75,000,000 
75.000,000 
75,000,000 
60.000,000 
60,000,000 

100,000,000 

367.585.000 



(10 
(3 

(11 
(3 

(3 
(3 
(V 
(3, 
(3 
(3 
(3 
(3, 
(3! 

o: 
o; 

(3, 
(3. 
(3] 



Total (Ontario Hydro) 



3.778.916,334 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



43 



SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

Contingent Liabilities— Obligations Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario 
as at March 31, 1975 -Concluded 



Date of Year of Rate of 

Description of Security Maturity Issue Nature Interest 

% 

Ontario Development Corporation — 
The Development Corporations Act of 1973 — 
Total guarantees re various com- 
panies Various Bank Loans 6-10 

Total ( Development Loans) 

Agriculture and Food — 

Ontario Industrial Milk Incentive 

Program 1973 Bank Loans 9'/ 2 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Estab- 
lishment Loan Corporation Oct 1.1976 1956 Debenture 4>/ 2 

Ontario Beef Heifer Program 1972 Bank Loans 9>/ 2 

Adverse Weather Program 1972-73 " " 9'/ 2 

Ontario Industrial Milk Program 1972 " " 9'/ 2 

Freshwater Fish Marketing 

Corporation 1969 " " 4-% 

Loans to part-time students Various 1973 10 

The Junior Farmer Establishment Act — 
(Under Section 28, the Province 
guarantees 10% of the aggregate 
principal amount of bank loans) 

Total guarantees re various farmers Various Bank Loans 6'/ 2 -9'/ 2 

Total (Agriculture and Food) 



Original 


Net 


Amount 


Liability 


of Principal 


of the Province 


Guaranteed 


March 31, 1975 Reference 


$ 


$ 



1 1 ,000,000 



11,447,826 



11.447,826 



22.683,856 

1 1 .000,000 

7,136,971 

4,582.280 

994,367 

500,000 
116,015 



26,682 



47.040,171 



Provincial Crown Agencies — 
The Ontario Municipal Improve- 
ment Corporation 

The Ontario Municipal Improve- 
ment Corporation 

Ontario Food Terminal Board. . . 



Ontario Housing Corporation 

Ontario Northland Transportation 

Temporary Loans 

Niagara Parks Commission 



Apr. 1, 1977 

June 15, 1980 
June 1,1985 
Demand 



Total (Provincial Crown Agencies). 



1958 

1960 
1955 
1969 
Various 

Various 
Various 



Straight Term 



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4>/ 2 

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3'/ 2 

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6-10 

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Total Contingent Liabilities 

Less: Bonds of Ontario Hydro held as investment of the Province. 



5.000,000 



5.000,000 
5,000,000 



22.695,000 



5,000,000 

5,000.000 
5,000,000 

3.754.377 
68.764.586 

7,885,000 
425,000 

95.828.963 

3.933.233.294 
89.784,000 

3.843.449,294 



(14) 



Notes : 

(1) Non-callable. 

(2) Callable at par 1 to 3 years to maturity. 

(3) Callable at par 3'/ 2 to 5 years prior to maturity. 

(4) Exchangeable at option of bondholder for an equal principal amount of bonds due September 15, 1996. such bonds to bear interest at 8 Vi ° - 

(5) $50,000,000 of bonds were issued to mature Februarv I. 1975 if bondholder so elected prior to August 1. 1974. Holders of $40,719,000 of bonds 
chose the February 1, 1975 maturity, leaving $9,281,000 to mature on February 1, 1995. 

(6) Payable in Frankfurt in Deutsche Marks (DM 150,000,000). Annual maturity 1975-84 -DM 15.000.000. Callable 6 years after date of issue and 
thereafter at various declining premiums. 

(7) Payable in Frankfurt in Deutsche Marks (DM 100,000,000). Annual maturity 1977-86-DM 10,000,000. Callable 6 years after date of issue and 
thereafter at various declining premiums. 

(8) Payable in Frankfurt in U.S. Dollars (U.S. $35,000,000). Annual maturity 1977-86- U.S. $3,500,000. Amount shown is Canadian Dollar equivalent 
at time of conversion. Callable 6 years after date of issue and thereafter at various declining premiums. 

(9) Payable in Frankfurt in Deutsche Marks (DM 100,000.000). Annual maturity 1980-87-DM 12.500.000. Callable June I. 1980-82 at 101% and 
thereafter at par. 

(10) Payable in Zurich in Swiss Francs (Sw. Fr. 100,000,000). In each of the four years ending October 2, 1983-86, Ontario Hydro has undertaken 
to redeem up to 10.000.000 Swiss Francs of bonds by purchase in the market, to the extent that this is practicable, at prices not exceeding the par 
value of the bonds. Callable 2 years after date of issue and thereafter at various declining premiums. 

(11) Payable in Frankfurt in Deutsche Marks (DM 100,000,000). Annual maturity 1981-88-DM 12,500,000. Callable March 1, 1981-83 at 101",, 
and thereafter at par. 

(12) Translated to Canadian currency at the rates of exchange at time of issue. 

(13) Ontario Hydro held investments and cash in Reserve and Sinking Funds which amounted to $206,460,444 as at December 31, 1974. 

(14) Ontario Food Terminal Board had a Sinking Fund with the Province which consisted of cash and investments and amounted to $2,470,440 as at 
March 31, 1975. 



44 



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MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS 

PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND 

Established under The Public Service Superannuation Act 

Statement of Fund 
Year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Balance at credit of Fund, on deposit with the Treasurer of Ontario, March 31, 1974 685,032,086 

Receipts — 

Contributions — 

Employees 41 ,991 ,763 

Province of Ontario 38,78 1 ,090 

Boards and Commissions 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario and The Liquor Licence 

Board of Ontario 1 ,900,955 

The Niagara Parks Commission 1 22,1 50 

Teachers' Superannuation Commission 29.889 

Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Research Foundation 430,368 

Ontario Place Corporation 28,565 

Ontario Development Corporation 156,439 

Pension Commission of Ontario 11 ,353 

Designated Branches 

Ontario Housing Corporation 310,285 

Province of Ontario Savings Office 67,835 

Public Trustee 74,91 1 

Official Guardian 32,377 

The Accountant of the Supreme Court of Ontario 4,287 

41,950,504 

Without equivalent contributions by the Province- 
Sundry 2,935,320 

Province of Ontario — Initial Unfunded Liability 4,957,000 

Province of Ontario — Experience Deficiency 9,286,000 

Transfers — 

Teachers' Superannuation Fund 369,368 

Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System 771.788 

Government of Canada Superannuation Account 224,438 

Other Superannuation Funds 432,019 

Provincial Governments 2,222 

1,799,835 
Interest Earnings— 

On March 31, 1974 balance at credit of Fund, 

$685,032,086 for one year to March 31. 1975 at 6.58820% 45,131.284 

Interest on excess of contributions and transfers in over disburse- 
ments at 10.043% 2,186,656 

On Initial Unfunded Liability Contribution. 

$4,957,000 for three months to March 3 1 . 1 975 at 1 0.043% 1 20,028 

On Experience Deficiency Payment, 

$9,286,000 for one year to March 31, 1975 at 10.043% 932,593 



Disbursements— 

Allowances to Superannuates, Beneficiaries and Annuitants 

Refunds of contributions and interest 

Transfers- 
Teachers' Superannuation Fund 

Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System 

Government of Canada Superannuation Account 

Other Superannuation Funds 

Provincial Governments 



Balance at credit of Fund, on deposit with the Treasurer of Ontario, March 31, 1975 





48,370,561 


30,840,804 
10,155,870 

114,941 
261,878 
383,206 
444,853 
79,883 


836,323,069 
42,281,435 




975 


794,041,634 










PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 45 

MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY RETIREMENT ALLOWANCES ACCOUNT 

The Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Act 
Year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Balance at credit of Account, March 31, 1974 1,754,525 

Receipts— 

Contributions— Ministers and Members— 

In respect of year ending March 31, 1975 159,529 

Special Contributions by Members 523 

Special Contributions by the Province 167,890 

327,942 
Earnings— Interest on adjusted balance at credit of account as at 
March 31, 1974- 
$1,762,562 for 1 year at 6% 105,754 433,696 

2,188,221 

Disbursements— 

Allowances to Annuitants and Beneficiaries 277,249 

Balance at credit of Account, March 31, 1975 1,910,972 






46 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS 
MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT CLAIMS FUND 

The Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act 
Year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Balance at credit of Fund, March 31, 1974 30,009,753 

Receipts— 

Fees on issue or renewal of Chauffeurs' or Operators' Licences 4.415,105 

Fees on issue or transfer of Permits for Motor Vehicles by Uninsured 

Owners 4.483.806 

Recoveries of Judgments and Claims 2.1 39.389 

Interest credited on balance in Fund as at December 31. 1974 2,565,428 13,603.728 



43.613.481 



Disbursements— 

Judgments paid including costs 6.765.873 

Claims paid 2.171.171 

Hit and run cases 1 .375.601 

Administrative expenses 1 .794,525 1 2. 1 07, 1 70 



Balance at credit of Fund. March 31. 1975 31.506.31 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 47 

MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS 
THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO SAVINGS OFFICE 

Balance Sheet 
As at March 31, 1975 

ASSETS 



Funds on deposit with chartered banks and with the Treasurer of Ontario . . . 

Savings Office- 
Accounts receivable 

Furniture and equipment (less accumulated depreciation) 

Alterations to premises (less amounts written off) 



LIABILITIES 



Savings balances due to the Public 

Reserve- 
Balance at beginning of year 

Add : Net profit on operations for year 



Less: Transferred to Treasurer of Ontario 



M. J. DUGAS, 

Director. 



1975 

$ 


1974 

$ 


233,865,633 


187,519,463 


5,819 

1 

148,987 


4,377 

1 

102,251 



234,020,440 187,626,092 



233,727,157 


187,332,809 


293,283 
897,632 


293,283 
867,305 


1,190,915 
897,632 


1,160,588 
867,305 


293,283 


293,283 


234,020,440 


187,626,092 



48 



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MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS 
THE FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION ACT 

Losses deleted from the accounts 
Year ended March 31, 1975 



Ministry of Revenue Uncollectable Accounts 

Ministry of Health 

Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations 

Ministry of Labour 

Ministry of Colleges and Universities 

Ministry of Agriculture and Food 

Ministry of Education 

Ministry of Government Services 

Ministry of Transportation and Communications 

Ministry of Industry and Tourism 

Ministry of Natural Resources 



,464,462 

,387.569 

,355,810 

264,387 

189,699 

107,333 

50,298 

12,901 

4,544 

2,936 

1,742 



4,841,681 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



49 



MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS 

THE MINISTRY OF REVENUE ACT 

Remissions of $1,000 or more 
granted for year ended March 31, 1975 



Ministry of Revenue — 

Drytex Limited Retail Sales Tax 

Estate of Stephen Alexander Strong Succession Duty 

Lorraine Mary Strand " " 

Myron William Laidlaw 

Margaret Elizabeth Hair ' 

Durham Transport Limited Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax 

Bagwell Coatings Canada Limited 

H. O. Petersen Construction Limited 

Spruce Falls Power & Paper Co. Ltd 

Lynx-Canada Explorations Limited 

Heath and Sherwood Drilling Limited 

J. H. Normick Inc 



$ 

33,084 
26,074 
2,639 
4,526 
4,481 
8,761 
2,295 
1,220 
2,570 
2,606 
3,550 
8,571 



100,377 



50 



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MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS 

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE* 

As at March 31, 1975 



Environment 

Transportation and Communications . 

Natural Resources 

Health 

Government Services 

Community and Social Services 

Industry and Tourism 

Consumer and Commercial Relations 

Housing 

Education 

Correctional Services 

Agriculture and Food 

Energy 

Colleges and Universities 

Labour 



1975 


1974 


$ 


$ 


5,338,589 


1 ,069,790 


2,309,776 


911,494 


1,171,262 


801,775 


1,441,983 


5,370,880 


270,337 


815,326 


262,728 


39,572 


136,076 


20,432 


96,647 


31,712 


94,949 


72,088 


71,147 


75,631 


68,107 


236,637 


58,979 


61,641 


32,525 


5,000 


26,831 


33,067 


3,206 


18,649 


11,383,142 


9,563,694 



ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE* 

(after providing for doubtful accounts) 

As at March 31, 1975 



Health (including O.H.I. P.)— Government of Canada, maintenance of 

patients 

Revenue— retail sales tax, succession duty, corporation tax 

Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs— Post-Secondary 

Education Program, miscellaneous 

Environment— Government of Canada and municipalities re various projects . 

Natural Resources— land tax, timber accounts 

Colleges and Universities— cost sharing projects with other governments 

Agriculture and Food— Government of Canada and sundry loan programs. . . 
Transportation and Communications— sale of materials, services, fees, agents, 

accounts 

Community and Social Services— Government of Canada and various provinces 
Consumer and Commercial Relations— Government of Canada, boiler and 

elevator inspection 

Management Board of Cabinet— Government of Canada 

Education— Government of Canada re various claims 

Government Services— miscellaneous 

Labour— miscellaneous 

Correctional Services— care of adults and juveniles 

Solicitor General (including Ontario Provincial Police)— miscellaneous 

Industry and Tourism — miscellaneous 

Energy— miscellaneous 

Attorney General 

Housing 



1975 


1974 


$ 


$ 


98,855,967 


52,282,956 


52,060,801 


43,828,227 


16,838,986 


3,884 


11,228,683 


3,808,638 


7,581,075 


5,265,598 


5,798,063 


8,233,039 


3,985,573 


5,376,341 


3,870,077 


3,222,033 


3,043,222 


3,469,576 


423,164 


401,843 


116,332 


3,138 


95,085 


62,628 


86,231 


176,851 


80,766 


204,579 


54,357 


57,734 


41,313 


5,968 


12,500 


31,809 


50 






190 




100 


204,172,245 


126,435,132 



*Memorandum accounts retained for control purposes. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 51 

MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS 
EQUIPMENT, STORES, LIVESTOCK AND MATERIALS* 

(after providing for depreciation, obsolescence, etc.) 
As at March 31, 1975 



Transportation and Communication 

Natural Resources 

Health 

Environment 

Agriculture and Food 

Community and Social Services 

Government Services 

Correctional Services 

Solicitor General 

Consumer and Commercial Relations 

Education 

Industry and Tourism 

Housing 

Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs. 

Colleges and Universities 

Labour 

Revenue 

Office of the Assembly 

Management Board of Cabinet 

Energy 

Attorney General 

Office of the Premier 

Office of Provincial Auditor 

Cabinet Office 

Social Development Policy 

Resources Development Policy 

Justice Policy 

Lieutenant Governor 



*Memorandum accounts retained for control purposes. 



1975 


1974 


$ 


$ 


42,171,142 


36,506,652 


34,452,491 


29,465,373 


7,817,241 


10,242,903 


5,347,086 


3,445,395 


4,453,878 


4,261,134 


3,718,908 


535,994 


3,116,471 


2,148,000 


3,054,183 


2,929,070 


2,638,455 


2,694,766 


1,692,790 


1,370,166 


1,250,192 


1,963,104 


960,746 


856,154 


688,760 


130,882 


660,883 


589,177 


566,965 


621,588 


478,991 


403,624 


323,415 


197,632 


303,436 


130,000 


256,489 


241,926 


58,358 


41,556 


41,091 


31,469 


29,174 


84,000 


26,000 


25,000 


23,692 




15,783 




13,189 




5,417 




2,219 


2,300 


114,167,445 


98,917,865 



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OFFICE OF THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Statement of Expenditure 

Office of Lieutenant Governor 57 

Summary 56 



55 



56 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



I.-OFFICE OF THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 
50,708 


Office of the Lieutenant Governor 

Total for Office of the Lieutenant Governor 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total Expenditure 


$ 
64,000 


$ 
63,119 


50,708 


64,000 


63,119 


50,708 


64,000 


63,119 


50,708 


64,000 


63,119 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



57 



I.-OFFICE OF THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


101 

1 


$ 
61,000 


$ 
3,000 


$ 
64,000 


OFFICE OF THE LIEUTENANT 
GOVERNOR PROGRAM 

Office of the Lieutenant Governor 


$ 
63,119 




Total for Office of the Lieutenant 
Governor 






61,000 


3,000 


64,000 


63,119 



Program description : 

This program provides the administrative services required by Her Honour the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. 



58 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



I.— OFFICE OF THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR— Concluded 

OFFICE OF THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR PROGRAM-VOTE 101 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Office of the Lieutenant Governor (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 31,985 

Employee benefits 2,91 1 

Transportation and communication 267 

Services 3,995 

Supplies and equipment 3,961 

Other transactions 

Allowance for contingencies 20,000 

Total for Office of the Lieutenant 

Governor Program 63,1 19 



II 



OFFICE OF THE ASSEMBLY 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 60 

Statement of Expenditure 

Office of the Speaker 62 

Statutory 62 

Summary 61 



59 



60 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

II.-OFFICE OF THE ASSEMBLY 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Private bills 

Sales 

Hansard, bills, etc 

Miscellaneous 

Revenue 



$ 
34,536 

38,312 
215 



73,063 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



61 






II.-OFFICE OF THE ASSEMBLY 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 
6,452,427 


Office of The Speaker 

Total for Office of The Speaker 

Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total Expenditure 


$ 
7,722,000 


$ 
7,730,354 


6,452,427 
205,490 


7,722,000 
365,500 


7,730,354 
374,976 


6,246,937 


7,356,500 


7,355,378 


6,452,427 


7,722,000 


7,730,354 



In December 1974, an act to amend the Legislative Assembly Act created the Office of the Assembly which took 
over all responsibilities of the Office of the Speaker. For the balance of the 1974-75 financial year the Office of the 
Assembly used the votes and items presented as Office of the Speaker in the 1974-75 Expenditure Estimates. 



62 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



II. -OFFICE OF THE ASSEMBLY-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 






VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


201 

1 
2 
3 


$ 

60,400 
757,500 
330,000 

6,058,600 
150,000 


$ 

136,000 
(136,000) 


$ 

60,400 
893,500 
330,000 

5,922,600 
150,000 


OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER PROGRAM 

Speaker 

Hansard 

Clerk of the Legislative Assembly and Chief 
Election Officer 


$ 

60,164 
893,392 

329,850 


4 

5 


Sessional and Other Requirements 

Administration 


5,922,045 
149,927 




The Elections Act 




s 


7,356,500 
120,000 
245,500 




7,356,500 
120,000 
245,500 


7,355,378 
207,086 


s 


Contribution to Legislative Assembly Retire- 
ment Allowances Account 


167.890 




Total for Office of The Speaker 






7.722,000 




7.722,000 


7,730,354 









Program description : 

This program includes allowances to members, the production of Hansard and certain support services. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



63 



II. -OFFICE OF THE ASSEMBLY-Concluded 

OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER PROGRAM-VOTE 201 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Speaker (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication .... 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Hansard (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication .... 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

I Clerk of the Legislative Assembly 
and Chief Election Officer (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication .... 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



39,588 
2.711 
9,084 
5,855 
2.926 



60.164 



364,242 
29,211 
18,644 
77,414 

403,881 



893.392 



281.443 

17,696 

7,301 

20,553 

2,857 



329,850 



Sessional and Other Requirements (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grant to Commonwealth Parliamentary 
Association 

Administration (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Statutory Appropriations 

The Elections Act 

Contribution to Legislative Assembly Retire- 
ment Allowances Account 

Total for Office of the Speaker 

Program 



4,179.593 

35.523 

739,843 

356,914 

606.624 



3.548 



5.922.045 



86.105 

3.856 

229 

13.452 

46.285 

149,927 



207.086 
167,890 
524,903 

7.730.354 



III. 



OFFICE OF THE PREMIER 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 66 

Statement of Expenditure 

Office of the Premier 68 

Statutory 68 

Summary 67 



65 



66 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

III. -OFFICE OF THE PREMIER 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ 
Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 42 

Revenue 42 






PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



67 



III.-OFFICE OF THE PREMIER 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 
1,119,296 


Office of the Premier 

Total for Office of the Premier 

Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total Expenditure 


$ 
1,231,000 


$ 
1,230,972 


1,119,296 

21,233 


1,231,000 
25,000 


1,230,972 
25,000 


1,098,063 


1,206,000 


1,205,972 


1,119,296 


1,231,000 


1,230,972 



68 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



III.-OFFICE OF THE PREMIER-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


301 

1 


$ 
1,191,000 


$ 
15,000 


$ 
1,206,000 


OFFICE OF THE PREMIER PROGRAM 

Office of the Premier 

Premier's Salary 

Total for Office of the Premier 


$ 
1,205,972 


S 


1,191,000 
25,000 


15,000 


1,206,000 
25,000 


1,205,972 
25,000 




1,216,000 


15,000 


1,231,000 


1,230,972 



Program description: 

This program covers the operation and administration of the Premier's Office and' the functions supporting the 
Premier as head of Government. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



69 



III. -OFFICE OF THE PREMIER-Concluded 
OFFICE OF THE PREMIER PROG RAM -Vote 301 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Office of the Premier (Item 1 ) $ 

Salaries and wages 859,414 

Employee benefits 71 ,609 

Transportation and communication 59,250 

Services 142,177 

Supplies and equipment 73,522 

Premier's Salary 

Total for Office of the Premier 

Program 1,230,972 



1,205,972 
25,000 



IV. 



CABINET OFFICE 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 72 

Statement of Expenditure 

Cabinet Office 74 

Statutory 74 

Summary 73 



71 



72 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

IV.-CABINET OFFICE 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ 
Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 98 

Sales 

Orders in Council 54 

Revenue 1 52 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



73 



IV.-CABINET OFFICE 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 
871,983 


Cabinet Office 

Total for Cabinet Office 

Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total Expenditure 


$ 
1,391,500 


$ 
1,328,506 


871,983 
7,068 


1,391,500 
22,500 


1,328,506 
20,918 


864,915 


1,369,000 


1,307,588 


871,983 


1,391,500 


1,328,506 



74 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



IV.-CABINET OFFICE-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


401 

1 


$ 

908,300 
139,500 
186,200 


$ 

10,000 
125,000 


$ 

918,300 
139,500 
311,200 


CABINET OFFICE PROGRAM 

Main Office 


$ 
918,053 


2 


Youth Secretariat 


115,682 


3 


Ministers Without Portfolio 


273,853 




Ministers Without Portfolio Salaries 

Total for Cabinet Office 




S 


1,234,000 
22,500 


135,000 


1,369,000 
22,500 


1,307,588 
20,918 




1,256,500 


135,000 


1,391,500 


1,328,506 









Program description : 

This program involves the coordination of services provided to the Cabinet and Members of the Executive Council, 
to the Policy and Priorities Board and the Policy Field Committees of Cabinet. It includes the responsibility for liaison 
and secretariat services required by the Cabinet's Legislation Committee and includes funds for Ministers Without 
Portfolio and the Youth Secretariat. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



75 



IV. -CABINET OFFICE-Concluded 
CABINET OFFICE PROGRAM-VOTE 401 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 






Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Youth Secretariat (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



724,016 
70,170 
16,871 
61,692 
45,304 



918,053 



89,303 
5.662 
6,823 
7,945 
5,949 



115,682 



Ministers Without Portfolio (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Ministers Without Portfolio Salaries 



Total for Cabinet Office Program. 



188,599 
11,277 
22,350 
19,620 
32,007 

273,853 
20,918 

294.771 

1,328.506 



MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 78 

Statement of Receipts and Credits 79 

Statement of Expenditure 

Administration 81 

Policy Development 83 

Management Board Analysis 85 

Management Audit , 87 

Employee Relations 89 

Personnel Services 91 

Statutory 81 

Summary , 80 



77 



78 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

V.-MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 10,157 

Sales 300 

Miscellaneous 276,956 

Government of Canada 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

French Language Program 111,511 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

French Language Training Services 389,634 

Staff Development and Training 56,354 

Training for Canadian Natives 38,962 

Other 13,257 498,207 






Revenue 897,131 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 79 

V.— MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND CREDITS 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ 
Credits 

Civil Service Commission— Reserve for outstanding cheques 1 ,890 

Receipts and Credits 1 ,890 



80 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



V.-MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 
1,068,378 
1,283,995 
1,711,299 
293,094 
419,050 
1,100,744 


Administration 
Policy Development 
Management Board Analysis 
Management Audit 
Employee Relations 
Personnel Services 

Total for Management Board of Cabinet 
Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total Expenditure 


$ 
1,394,000 
1,781,000 
1,906,000 
446,000 
523,000 
1,816,000 


$ 
1,111,159 
1,553,720 
1,848,492 
349,465 
493,850 
1,655,740 


5,876,560 
15,759 


7,866,000 
18,000 


7,012,426 
17,981 


5,860,801 


7,848,000 


6,994,445 


5,876,560 


7,866,000 


7,012,426 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



81 



V. -MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 






VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


501 








ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 




1 


90,000 


35,000 


125,000 


Minister's Office 


108,919 


2 


1,188,000 




1,188,000 


Main Office 


936,737 


3 


63,000 




63,000 


Personnel 


47,522 




1,341,000 


35,000 


1,376,000 


1,093,178 


S 


18,000 




18,000 


Minister's Salary 

Total for Administration 


17,981 




1,359,000 


35,000 


1,394,000 


1,111,159 



Program description: 

Provides the Management Board Secretariat and the staff of the Civil Service Commission with the overall 
direction required to ensure that the means for it to meet its objectives in a coordinated fashion are available. 



82 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



V.— MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET-Continued 

MANAGEMENT BOARD ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 501 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Minister's Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Minister's Salary 

Main Office (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grant to the Institute of Public Administra- 
tion of Canada 

Personnel (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Total for Administration Program 



69,226 
6,339 
11,582 

15,877 
5,895 



108,919 
17,981 



126,900 



595,507 

57,009 

7,779 

231,757 
19,857 



24,828 



936,737 



39,945 

6,609 

65 

321 
582 



47,522 



1,111,159 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



83 



V.— MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


502 








POLICY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 




1 


992,000 




992,000 


Personnel Policy 


841,557 


2 


789,000 




789,000 


Management Policy 

Total for Policy Development 


712,163 




1,781,000 




1,781,000 


1,553,720 









Program description : 

Develops and maintains for the Management Board of Cabinet and the Civil Service Commission administrative 
policies, procedures, standards and guidelines which will enable the ministries and designated boards, commissions 
and agencies to effectively use their resources to the public advantage. 



84 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



V.-MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET-Continued 

POLICY DEVELOPMENT PROG RAM -VOTE 502 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



841,557 



Personnel Policy (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 592,678 

Employee benefits 56,989 

Transportation and communication 6,450 

Services 172,111 

Supplies and equipment 13,329 

Management Policy (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 437,101 

Employee benefits 34,791 

Transportation and communication 8,716 

Services 21 6,443 

Supplies and equipment 15,112 

Total for Policy Development 

Program 1,553,720 



712,163 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



85 



V.-MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


503 

1 


$ 

850,000 
916,000 


$ 

65,000 
75,000 


$ 

915,000 
99 1 ,000 


MANAGEMENT BOARD ANALYSIS 
PROGRAM 

Programs and Estimates 


$ 
899,386 


1 


Personnel Administration 


949,106 




Total for Management Board Analysis . . . 






1,766,000 


140,000 


1 ,906,000 


1,848,492 



Program description: 

Ensures on the behalf of the Management Board of Cabinet and the Civil Service Commission, that the ministries 
and designated boards, commissions and agencies are provided with the resources which will enable them to effectively 
realize the Government's objectives. 



86 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



V.-MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET-Continued 
MANAGEMENT BOARD ANALYSIS PROGRAM-VOTE 503 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the vear ended March 31, 1975 



Programs and Estimates (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Personnel Administration (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Management Board 
Analysis Program 



761,990 

72,031 

6,210 

41,800 

17,355 



899,386 



724,979 
71,135 
16,479 

125,398 
11,115 



949,106 



1,848.492 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



87 



V.-MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


504 

1 


$ 

263,500 
174,500 


$ 
8,000 


$ 

263,500 
182,500 


MANAGEMENT AUDIT PROGRAM 

Operational Review 


$ 
186,519 


2 


Personnel Audit. . 


162,946 




Total for Management Audit 






438,000 


8,000 


446,000 


349,465 



Program description: 

Audits the implementation of the administrative policies, procedures and standards of the Management Board 
of Cabinet and the Civil Service Commission to ensure that they continue to be relevant to the operations of the ministries 
and designated boards, commissions and agencies, and to ensure that their administrative practices conform to these 
policies, procedures and standards. 



88 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



V.— MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET— Continued 
MANAGEMENT AUDIT PROGRAM-VOTE 504 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



186,519 



Operational Review (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 162,228 

Employee benefits 1 5,626 

Transportation and communication 1,524 

Services 4,530 

Supplies and equipment 2,61 1 

Personnel Audit (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 136,434 

Employee benefits 1 3,951 

Transportation and communication 4,31 1 

Services 7,056 

Supplies and equipment 1,194 

Total for Management Audit 

Program 349,465 



162,946 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



89 



V. -MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 






VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


505 

1 


$ 

134,400 
388,600 


$ 


$ 

134,400 
388,600 


EMPLOYEE RELATIONS PROGRAM 

Public Service Appeal Boards 


$ 
131,960 


2 


Staff Relations 

Total for Employee Relations 


361,890 




523,000 




523,000 


493,850 









Program description : 

Through a process of collective bargaining, mediation and arbitration, establishes levels of compensation and 
terms of service acceptable to those employees who are members of a recognized bargaining unit; and maintains 
equitable grievance and appeal procedures as required by law. 



90 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



V.-MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET-Continued 

EMPLOYEE RELATIONS PROGRAM-VOTE 505 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 






131,960 



Public Service Appeal Boards (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 52,113 

Employee benefits 3,680 

Transportation and communication 610 

Services 72, 1 66 

Supplies and equipment 3,391 

Staff Relations (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 277,718 

Employee benefits 26,837 

Transportation and communication 9,846 

Services 43,435 

Supplies and equipment 4,054 

Total for Employee Relations 

Program 493,850 



361,890 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



91 



V. -MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET -Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


506 

1 


$ 

6,800 
364,600 
674,500 
150,000 
150,000 
248,700 

11,400 


$ 

140,000 
50,000 

20,000 


$ 

6,800 
504,600 
724,500 
150,000 
150,000 
268,700 

11,400 


PERSONNEL SERVICES PROGRAM 

Temporary Help Services 


$ 


2 


French Language Services 


481,759 


3 




695,283 
148,187 
148,559 
181,952 


4 
5 
6 


Youth Employment— Coordination 

Youth Employment — Private Sector Campaign 


7 


Staff Training Services 






Total for Personnel Services 






1,606,000 


210,000 


1,816,000 


1,655,740 









Program description : 

Provides ministries and designated boards, commissions and agencies with personnel management services of a 
quality and cost which will help them meet the government's objectives. 



92 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



V.-MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET- Concluded 

PERSONNEL SERVICES PROGRAM-VOTE 506 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Temporary Help Services (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication .... 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries. 

Excess of recoveries over expenditures 
transferred to revenue 

French Language Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication .... 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries. 

General Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries. 



6,054,903 

211,894 

5,252 

24,606 

12,805 

6,309,460 

6,417,422 

(107,962) 
107,962 



439,611 
16,940 
11,264 

115,923 
20,911 



604,649 
122,890 



481,759 



428,514 
38,766 
51,811 

726,791 
16,274 



1,262,156 
566,873 



695,283 



Youth Employment— Coordination 
(Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Youth Employment— Private Sector 
Campaign (Item 5) 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Personnel Information Services (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries. . . 

Staff Training Services (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries. . . 

Excess of recoveries over expenditures 
transferred to revenue 

Total for Personnel Services 
Program 



69,591 

2,138 

15,830 

59,152 

1,476 

148,187 



6 
148,553 



148,559 



59,617 

6,547 

1,217 

1 1 8,668 

3,803 

189,852 
7,900 

181,952 



159,330 
15,232 
34,360 

221,551 
49,893 

480,366 

537,445 

(57,079) 
57,079 



1,655,740 



VI 



OFFICE OF PROVINCIAL AUDITOR 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Statement of Expenditure 

Administration of The Audit Act and Statutory Audits 95 

Statutory 95 

Summary 94 






93 



94 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



VI. -OFFICE OF PROVINCIAL AUDITOR 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 
1,254,036 


Administration of The Audit Act and Statutory Audits 
Total for Office of Provincial Auditor 
Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total Expenditure 


$ 
1,431,000 


$ 
1,335,318 


1,254,036 
14,841 


1,431,000 
39,000 


1,335,318 
42,014 


1,239,195 


1,392,000 


1,293,304 


1,254,036 


1,431,000 


1,335,318 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



95 



VI.-OFFICE OF PROVINCIAL AUDITOR-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


601 

1 


$ 
1,392,000 


$ 


$ 
1,392,000 


ADMINISTRATION OF THE AUDIT ACT 
AND STATUTORY AUDITS 

Office of Provincial Auditor 


$ 
1,293,304 




Provincial Auditor's Salary 

Total for Administration of The Audit 
Act and Statutory Audits 




S 


1,392,000 
39,000 




1,392,000 
39,000 


1,293,304 
42,014 




1,431,000 




1,431,000 


1,335,318 





















Program description : 

This Office carries out the statutory requirements imposed under The Audit Act and other Statutes of the Province. 
In addition to the audit of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, this program includes the audit of Ministerial and Quasi- 
Judicial Agencies. 



96 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



VI.-OFFICE OF PROVINCIAL AUDITOR -Concluded 

ADMINISTRATION OF THE AUDIT ACT AND STATUTORY AUDITS- VOTE 601 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Office of Provincial Auditor (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Provincial Auditor's Salary 

Total for Administration of The 
Audit Act and Statutory Audits 
Program 



1,120,450 

117,054 

29,559 

14,363 

11,878 

1,293,304 
42,014 



,335,318 



VII. 



MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 98 

Statement of Receipts and Credits 99 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Administration 101 

Provision of Accommodation 103 

Upkeep of Accommodation 105 

Supply and Services 107 

Management and Information Services Ill 

Statutory 101, 107 

Summary 100 



97 



98 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



VII.-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES 



STATEMENT OF REVENUE 



for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

Federal Sales Tax 

Printing and stationery 

Employee benefits 

Building repairs and maintenance. . . . 
Construction— roads, parking, etc.. . . 

Realty services 

Telephone services 

Capital projects 

Mechanical engineering equipment. . . 

Management systems 

Leasehold improvements 

Survey services 

Other 



Fees, Licences and Permits 

Commissions 

Miscellaneous certificates, etc. 



968,943 

170,891 

157,629 

66,228 

59,544 

49,764 

25,167 

18,001 

16,500 

16,223 

14,134 

8,582 

31,814 



66,720 
9,754 



1,603,420 



76,474 



Sales— Land and Buildings 
Ontario Land Corporation 
Other 



Townsend, South Cayuga and Edwardsburgh 



54,217,309 
270,913 



54,488,222 



Sales— Other 

Government publications 

Ontario Gazette— advertisements and subscriptions 

Surplus materials and vehicles 

Telephone directories 

Legislative services— members' lounge 

Milton Cafeteria 

Other 



376,117 
110,205 
96,109 
59,014 
29,855 
20,049 
9,683 



701.032 



Facilities 

Rentals— property 

less: mortgage interest paid 



1,390,884 
4,767 



1,386,117 



—parking areas 

—surrender of lease 

—Nightingale School of Nursing. . . 

— townsites and multi-use corridors 

Perquisites 



557,304 
250,000 
110,164 

6,488 

4,973 2,315,046 



Miscellaneous 

Computer services 
Other 



133,376 
52,791 



186,167 



Revenue 



59,370,361 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 99 

VII.-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND CREDITS 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Credits 

Publications Deposit Trust Account 49,328 

Contract security deposits— plan and tender 7,525 

Reserve for outstanding cheques 3,584 

Central Collection Services 1 ,626 62,063 



Receipts and Credits 62,063 



100 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



VII.-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 

1,961,016 

105,105,815 

37,959,578 

33,536,953 

1,539,240 


Ministry Administration 
Provision of Accommodation 
Upkeep of Accommodation 
Supply and Services 
Management and Information Services 
Ministry Total 

Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total Expenditure 
Total Charges 


$ 

2,667,200 

199,880,300 

43,314,000 

39,338,300 

1 ,265,000 


$ 

2,643,050 

183,697,047 

42,588,539 

39,693,200 

458,701 


180,102,602 

242,223 


286,464,800 
26,000 


269,080,537 
907,744 


179,860,379 


286,438,800 


268,172,793 


179,998,482 
104,120 


286,354,800 
110,000 


268,950,838 
129,699 


180,102,602 


286,464,800 


269,080,537 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



101 



VII.-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


701 

1 


$ 

666,200 
425,500 
898,900 
418,400 


$ 

80,000 
25,000 
65,000 
70,200 


$ 

746,200 
450,500 
963,900 
488,600 


MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Main Office 


$ 
744,726 


2 


Personnel Services 


438,392 


3 


Financial Services 


948,296 


4 


Administrative Services 


473,862 




Minister's Salary 




S 


2,409,000 
18,000 


240,200 


2,649,200 
18,000 


2,605,276 
18,000 


s 


Charges 


19,774 




Total for Ministry Administration 






2,427,000 


240,200 


2,667,200 


2,643,050 



Program description : 

This program provides the Ministry with administrative support services. It utilizes professional expertise to assist 
the Ministry to meet its operating objectives in a co-ordinated manner. 



102 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



VII.-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES-Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 701 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Minister's Salary 

Personnel Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



290,397 
169,074 
131,843 
112,331 
41,081 



744,726 



18,000 



762,726 



318,904 

33.311 

5,063 

71,438 

9,676 



438,392 



Financial Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Administrative Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Charges 

Contract Security Deposits 

(Plan and tender) $ 1,200 

Central Collection Services . . 1 5,839 

Reserve for outstanding 

cheques 2,735 

Total for Ministry Administration 
Program 



728,909 

81,875 

2,525 

107,045 
27,942 

948,296 



267,052 

24,808 

5,037 

163,068 
13,897 

473,862 



19,774 



493,636 



2,643,050 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



103 



VII.-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES -Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Program and Activities 



Total 



Actual 



702 

1 
2 
3 
4 



234,400 
75,771,800 
38,432,200 
63,559,600 



21,882,300 



234,400 
75,771,800 
38,432,200 
85,441,900 



177,998,000 



21,882,300 



199,880,300 



PROVISION OF ACCOMMODATION 
PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Capital Construction 

Leasing 

Land Acquisition 

Total for Provision of Accommodation . . 



194,655 
64,493,861 
35,683,509 

83,325,022 



183,697,047 



Program description : 

This program provides accommodation for Ministries, and certain Agencies and Boards of the Ontario Govern- 
ment. Capital construction projects, lease-purchase projects, leasing projects and property acquisition projects are 
administered by the program. 



104 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



VII.-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES -Continued 

PROVISION OF ACCOMMODATION PROGRAM-VOTE 702 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Capital Construction (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets 
Construction of buildings, etc 

Leasing (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries. . . . 



164.350 
12.663 

2.157 
12.600 
2.885 



194.655 



2.446.342 

273.370 

105.791 

30.930 

79.842 

61.557.586 



64.493.861 



861.430 

87.268 

426.606 

35.815.562 

859,087 

38.049.953 
2.366.444 

35,683,509 



Land Acquisition (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets 

Parkway Belt and Niagara 

Escarpment $ 13,105,074 

Acquisition of other land 

and buildings, etc 68.586,722 



Charges 

Mortgage principal 



Less: Recoveries from other Ministries. 



Total for Provision of Accommoda- 
tion Program 



.137.935 
109.661 
243.592 
260.262 
62.155 



81.691.796 
109,925 



83.615.326 
290.304 



83.325.022 



183.697.047 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



105 



VII. -MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


703 

1 


$ 

2.716,300 
37.980,700 


$ 

100.000 
2.517.000 


$ 

2.816.300 
40.497.700 


UPKEEP OF ACCOMMODATION 
PROGRAM 

Program Administration . . 


$ 
2,769,061 


2 


Repairs. Operation and Maintenance, 
Tenant Alterations. . 


39,819,478 




Total for Upkeep of Accommodation 






40.697,000 


2.617.000 


43.314.000 


42,588,539 



Program description : 

This program provides the upkeep of property owned or occupied by Ministries, and certain Agencies and Boards 
of the Ontario Government. 



106 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



VII.-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES-Continued 

UPKEEP OF ACCOMMODATION PROGRAM-VOTE 703 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries 

Repairs, Operation and Maintenance, 
Tenant Alterations (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries 

Total for Upkeep of Accommodation 
Program 



2.236.968 

242.013 

78.666 

107.807 

116.574 

2.782,028 
12.967 

2.769.061 



14.194.982 

1.517.018 

829.744 

15,757.172 
8.287.718 



40.586.634 
767,156 



39.819.478 



42.588.539 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



107 



VII.-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Program and Activities 



Total 



Actual 



1,025,300 
777,300 
754,900 
110,800 
113,600 
135,200 
43,700 
416,300 

1,601,000 
23,969,100 

1,517,800 

4,795,100 
167,800 
441,700 
127,400 



35,997,000 



,000 



36,005,000 



87,400 
20,000 
442,600 
21,100 
23,500 

36,800 

118,100 

350,000 

537,600 

1,053,800 

626,200 
16,200 



3,333,300 



3,333,300 



1,112,700 
797,300 

1,197,500 
131,900 
137,100 
135,200 
80,500 
534,400 

1,951,000 
24,506,700 

2,571,600 

5,421,300 
184,000 
441,700 
127,400 



39,330,300 
8,000 



39,338,300 



SUPPLY AND SERVICES PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Supply Administration 

Printing and Stationery Services 

Special Services Administration 

Translation Services 

Press Clipping Services 

Vehicle Repair and Trucking Services 

Government Mail Services 

Legislative Services 

Employee Benefits 

Government Banking, Payroll and Cheque- 
writing Services 

Telecommunications 

Citizens' Inquiry 

Records Services 

Insurance and Risk Management 

Payments under Section 19 of the Public 
Service Superannuation Amendment Act 

Government Printing Account 

Employee Benefits (Government 

Contributions) 

Total for Supply and Services 



1,098,808 

781,219 

1,180,895 

131,826 

134,551 

77,619 

77,889 

530,178 

1,904,033 

24,431,003 

2,427,934 

5,393,287 

179,218 

418,828 

55,942 



38,823,230 

6,628 
186,608 

676,734 



39,693,200 



Program description : 

This program offers Ministries and agencies certain administrative services at minimum cost. It aims to achieve 
efficiency through economies of scale in the supply of purchased goods and a variety of services. The program also 
covers support services required to meet the operational needs of the Legislative Assembly. 



108 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 197475 



VII.-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES-Continued 

SUPPLY AND SERVICES PROGRAM-VOTE 704 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 



Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Supply Administration (Item 2) 



Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Printing and Stationery Services (Item 3) 



Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Less: Recoveries from other Ministries 



Statutory 

Government Printing Account 

Printing Services $ 8,658,608 

Less: Recoveries from other 
Ministries 8.472,000 



Special Services Administration (Item 4) 



Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



478,066 

38,890 

37.722 

414,584 

129.546 



1,098.808 



548.049 

56.572 

5.388 

46.785 

124.425 



781.219 



1.373.204 
1 30. 1 86 
45.437 
189,427 

4.046.111 

5.784.365 
4.603.470 

1,180.895 



186.608 
1.367.503 



108.361 

9.926 

187 

10.091 

3.261 



131.826 



Translation Services (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries. . . 

Press Clipping Services (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Vehicle Repair and Trucking Services 
(Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries. . . 

Government Mail Services (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries. . . 



257,089 

28,327 

335 

55.262 

7.399 

348,412 
213,861 

134,551 



62.599 
5.914 
5,985 
3,121 

77.619 



247.783 

27.851 

4,364 

80,060 

79,972 

440,030 
362,141 

77.889 



426,137 

28,185 

1 ,960.828 

74.380 

180,519 

2,670,049 
2,139,871 

530,178 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



109 



VII. -MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES-Continued 

SUPPLY AND SERVICES PROGRAM-VOTE 704 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Legislative Services (Item 9) $ 

Salaries and wages 1,199,600 

Employee benefits 109,545 

Transportation and communication 7,529 

Services 325,001 

Supplies and equipment 262,358 



Employee Benefits (Item 10) 



1,904,033 



786,957 



Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 
Contribution to health, hos- 
pital and life insurance 
premiums for certain re- 
tired employees and de- 
pendants of former em- 
ployees $ 811,905 

Other employee benefits. . 70,043 881,948 

Transportation and communication 15,343 

Services 364.800 

Supplies and equipment 53,195 

Transfer payments 

Provision to increase, where applicable, 

annual allowances under The Public 

Service Superannuation Act to $2,400 

and $1,200 for former contributors and 

their dependents. These minimum bene- 
fits include, in certain cases, any benefit 

entitlement under the Canada Pension 

Plan and actuarially reduced, will also 

apply to annuitants with ten or more 

years of service and their dependents. 

Provision is also made for supplementary 

retirement benefits approved from time 

to time as percentage increases to persons 

in receipt of allowances and annuities 

under The Public Service Superannua- 
tion Act 8,085,760 



Employee benefits 

(Government contributions) 
Payment on Unfunded Liability of The 
Public Superannuation Fund 



Statutory Appropriations 

Payments under Section 19 of the Public 

Services Superannuation Amendment Act. 
Employee benefits 

(Government contributions) 
The Public Service Super- 
annuation Act, Section 

10(1) $39,248,309 

Canada Pension Plan .... 9,979,960 
Unemployment Insurance 10,472,472 
Group Life Insurance ... . 5,373,158 
Long Term Income Protec- 
tion 5,256,501 

Ontario Health Insurance 

Plan 13,586,315 

83,916.715 
Less: Recoveries from other 

Ministries 83,239,981 



Government Banking, Payroll and 
Cheque-writing Services (Item 1 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication .... 

Services : 

Supplies and equipment 



14,243,000 
24,431,003 



6,628 



676,734 



25.114.365 



624.754 

44,619 

396.805 

1.120,029 

241,727 

2.427,934 



110 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



VII.-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES-Continued 

SUPPLY AND SERVICES PROGRAM-VOTE 704 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Telecommunications (Item 12) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries. 

Citizens' Inquiry (Item 13) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



607,863 

59,356 

6,489,341 

17,366 

38,083 


7,212,009 

1,818,722 


5,393,287 



147,674 

1 1 ,448 

698 

10,166 

9.232 



179,21! 



Records Services (Item 14) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Insurance and Risk Management 
(Item 15) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication .... 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Supply and Services 
Program 



326,017 

34,836 

6,230 

16,162 

35,583 



418,828 



31,585 

2,959 

169 

19,106 
2,123 



55,942 



39,693,200 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



111 



VII.-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


705 

1 


$ 

287,000 
752,000 
226,000 


$ 


$ 

287,000 
752,000 
226,000 


MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION 
SERVICES PROGRAM 

Management Consulting Services 


$ 
120,396 


2 
3 


Systems Development Services 


338,305 


Total for Management and Information 
Services 






1,265,000 




1,265,000 


458,701 



Program description : 

This program provides Ministries and Agencies with a high quality professional management-consulting resource, 
manual and automated systems development and programming resource and a comprehensive computerized informa- 
tion-processing resource, at fees that are competitive with those of the private sector. 



112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



VII.-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES-Concluded 

MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION SERVICES PROGRAM-VOTE 705 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



822,512 
702,116 



20,396 



Management Consulting Services $ 

(Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 663,490 

Employee benefits 73,546 

Transportation and communication 7,940 

Services 57,439 

Supplies and equipment 20,097 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries 

Systems Development Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries 

Computer Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries 

Excess of recoveries over expenditures 
transferred to revenue 

Total for Management and Informa- 
tion Services Program 458,701 



3,021,895 
313,556 

21,387 
688.653 

47,084 

4,092.575 
3,754,270 



338,305 



2,634,014 

242,040 

55,659 

6,580,100 

1,266,549 

10,778,362 
10,911,738 



(133.376) 
133,376 



VIII 



MINISTRY OF HOUSING 



FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 114 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Administration 116 

Community Planning 118 

Housing Action 1 20 

Housing Development 1 22 

Statutory 116, 122 

Summary 115 



113 



114 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

VIII.-MINISTRY OF HOUSING 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ 
Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

Provincial share of recoveries under Urban Renewal projects 328,668 

Ontario Mortgage Corporation administrative expenses 278,631 

Other 15,461 

Sales 

Publications and maps 

Facilities 

Rents 

Miscellaneous 

Revenue 



622,760 

712 

962 

25 
624,459 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



115 



VIII.-MINISTRY OF HOUSING 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 
1,479,399 
5,598,888 

261,651,539 


Ministry Administration 
Community Planning 
Housing Action 
Housing Development 
Ministry Total 

Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total Expenditure 

Total Disbursements 


$ 

1,808,000 

23,833,000 

19,896,000 

283,793,000 


$ 

1,266,175 

19,139,516 

15,169,990 

273,149,504 


268,729,826 
241,677 


329,330,000 
1,118,000 


308,725,185 
269,500 


268,488,149 


328,212,000 


308,455,685 


36,965,826 
231,764,000 


83,060,000 
246,270,000 


70,361,549 
238,363,636 


268,729,826 


329,330,000 


308,725,185 



116 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



VIII.-MINISTRY OF HOUSING-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


801 








MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 




i 


650,000 
1,022,200 




650,000 
1,022,200 




644,335 


2 




Policy and Program Development 


593,160 


3 


117,800 




117,800 


Advisory Committees 


5,680 








1,790,000 




1,790,000 


1,243,175 


S 


18,000 




18,000 


Minister's Salary 


18,000 


S 








Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 


5,000 




1,808,000 




1,808,000 


1,266,175 









Program description: 

This program includes the offices of the Minister and Deputy Minister of Housing and the Ministry Secretariat 
and provides overall policy direction and co-ordination for the operating Ministry programs. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



117 



VIII.-MINISTRY OF HOUSING-Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 801 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Policy and Program Development 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grants to municipalities to assist in the 
preparation of housing policy statements 
and housing needs requirements 

Advisory Committees (Item 3) 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Ministry Administration 
Program 



335,169 
22.172 
20,931 

216,892 
49,171 



644,335 
18,000 
5,000 



667.335 



335,855 
24,214 
19,183 
71,963 
36,595 



105,350 
593.160 



528 

5,085 

67 



5,680 



1.266,175 



118 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



VIII.— MINISTRY OF HOUSING-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Program and Activities 



Total 



Actual 



802 

1 

2 
3 
4 



105,300 

3,535,400 

17,656,500 

2,535,800 



23,833,000 



105,300 

3,535,400 

17,656,500 

2,535,800 



23,833,000 



COMMUNITY PLANNING PROGRAM 

Administration 

Plans Administration 

Community Renewal 

North Pickering Project 

Total for Community Planning 



103,941 

2,753,870 

13,873,463 

2,408,242 



19,139,516 



Program description : 

This program provides operational resources and technical assistance to encourage effective community planning 
r.iivi renewal activity and to develop the North Pickering Project. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



119 



VIII.-MIN1STRY OF HOUSING-Continued 

COMMUNITY PLANNING PROGRAM-VOTE 802 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Plans Administration (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Special Planning Grants 

Assistance to municipalities for review of 
official plans and zoning by-laws re- 
quired as a result of changes in 
Provincial housing policies and to give 
effect to planning in the Central 
Ontario Region 



Community Renewal (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Urban renewal $ 3,182,581 

Neighbourhood Improve- 
ment 160,773 

Ontario home renewal 

program 10,158,200 



77,404 
6,230 
7,884 
6,874 
5,549 



103,941 



2,070,428 
148,284 
178,870 
96,591 
92,362 



167,335 

2.753,870 



194.308 
13,945 
24,065 

116,381 
23,210 



13,501,554 



13,873.463 



North Pickering Project (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less : Recoveries 



Total for Community Planning 
Program 



758,005 

55,277 

76,329 

2,062,813 

264,009 

3,216,433 
808,191 

2.408,242 



19,139,516 



120 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



VIII.-MINISTRY OF HOUSING-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


803 

1 


$ 

486,000 
19,350,000 


$ 
60,000 


$ 

546,000 
19,350,000 


HOUSING ACTION PROGRAM 


$ 
540,810 


2 


Housing Action Fund 

Total for Housing Action 


14,629,180 




19,836,000 


60,000 


19,896,000 


15.169,990 



Program description: 

This program provides operational resources to accelerate the supply of housing. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



121 



VIII. -MINISTRY OF HOUSING-Continued 

HOUSING ACTION PROGRAM-VOTE 803 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Housing Action Fund (Item 2) 

Transfer payments 

Housing incentive grants 

Study grants 

Disbursements 

Loans for regional and municipal public 
works 



Total for Housing Action Program 



353,298 
10,836 
32.229 

118.869 

25.578 



540.810 



1.134.847 
660.000 

1.794.847 

12.834.333 

14,629.180 

15.169.990 



122 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



VIII.-MINISTRY OF HOUSING -Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


804 

1 


$ 

110,000 

145,427,000 

133,000,000 

65,000 

4,091,000 


$ 


$ 

110,000 

145,427,000 

133,000,000 

65,000 

4,091,000 


HOUSING DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

Administration 


$ 
91,745 


2 


Ontario Housing 


139,672,047 


3 
4 


Ontario Mortgage Corporation 

Municipal Land Assembly 


133,000,000 
53,039 


5 


Community Sponsored Housing 


86,173 




Grants to assist in the erection of housing units 
for elderly persons 




S 


282,693,000 
1,100,000 




282,693,000 
1,100,000 


272,903,004 
246,500 




Total for Housing Development 






283,793,000 




283,793,000 


273,149,504 









Program description: 

This program includes the operations of the Ontario Housing Corporation, the Ontario Student Housing Corpora- 
tion and Ontario Mortgage Corporation and provides rent geared to income accommodation for families and senior 
citizens, student housing, serviced lots and mortgage financing. This program also encourages municipal land assembly 
as well as provides technical and financial support to community sponsored housing. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



123 



VIII. -MINISTRY OF HOUSING-Continued 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM-VOTE 804 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Ontario Housing (Item 2) 

Administration 

Salaries and wages $ 2,992.242 

Employee benefits 274,960 

Transportation and com- 
munication 331 ,925 

Services 2.498.723 

Supplies and equipment 307.884 

Transfer payments 

Grants to assist in research 

studies concerning housing 

in all its aspects applicable 

to the Province of Ontario 

by individuals or groups. . 22,915 



Rental Housing 

Salaries and wages 4,883,523 

Employee benefits 443,418 

Transportation and com- 
munication 544.877 

Services 495,397 

Supplies and equipment 204.61 1 

Transfer payments 

Provincial share of Property 
Management Subsidies 
Family and Senior Citizens 
Housing 41,474,494 

Disbursements 
Advances for projects under 
The Ontario Housing Cor- 
poration Act 1 5,570,000 



Less: Administrative 

expenses charged 

to operations $ 4.946,664 

Net interest in- 
come 1,598,736 



63,616,320 



6,545,400 



72.658 

5.187 

317 

3.135 

10.448 

91.745 



6,428.649 



57,070.920 



Home Ownership 

Salaries and wages $ 1,359,141 

Employee benefits 1 05,790 

Transportation and com- 
munication 1 59,829 

Services 256,923 

Supplies and equipment 49.61 5 

Other transactions 

Net interest expense 3.890,030 

Disbursements 
Advances for projects under 
The Ontario Housing 
Corporation Act 30,700,000 



36,521,328 



Less: Administrative 
expenses charged 

to operations $ 
Recoveries from 

operations. . . . 



799.874 



5.808.279 6.608.153 



North Pickering Project 

Disbursements 

Advances under The Ontario Housing 
Corporation Act 



Grants to assist in the erection of housing units 

for elderly persons. (The Elderly Persons 

Housing Aid Act) 



Ontario Mortgage Corporation (Item 3) 

Disbursements 
Advances to Ontario Mortgage Corpora- 
tion to be disbursed in the form of primary 
and secondary financing under the 
H.O.M.E. Plan, The Condominium Act 
and the Ontario Housing Corporation 
Act ! 



29,913.175 



46.259.303 



139.672.047 



246.500 



139.918,547 



33,000.000 



124 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



VIII.-MINISTRY OF HOUSING-Concluded 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM-VOTE 804 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Municipal Land Assembly (Item 4) $ 

Salaries and wages 28.766 

Employee benefits 2.396 

Transportation and communication 3.235 

Services 14.910 

Supplies and equipment 3.732 

53.039 

Community Sponsored Housing (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 56.308 

Employee benefits 3.891 

Transportation and communication 5,052 

Services 5.294 

Supplies and equipment 7.604 

Transfer payments 

Advisory support 8.024 

86.173 

Total for Housing Development 

Program 273.149.504 



IX. 



MINISTRY OF REVENUE 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 1 26 

Statement of Receipts and Credits 127 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Administration 129 

Administration of Taxes 131 

Municipal Assessment 133 

Guaranteed Income and Tax Credit 135 

Province of Ontario Savings Office 137 

Statutory 129, 131, 137 

Summary 128 



125 



126 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

IX.-MINISTRY OF REVENUE 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 10,647 

Taxation 

Government of Canada 

Revenue Guarantees— For 1972/73 

Individual Income Tax 42,616,000 

Corporation Income Tax 6,880,000 

Proportion of Income Tax collected from privately-owned corporations 

operating public utilities 7,627,558 

Proportion of the special 15% tax on 1971 undistributed income on hand . . . 7,301,703 

Proportion of Estate Tax 683,500 

Tax Rental Agreement 1952-56 (667,425) 

Retail Sales Tax 1,568,828,591 

Personal Income Tax Collection Agreement 1 1,445,552,199 

Corporations Tax 884,606,056 

Gasoline Tax 493,090,700 

Tobacco Tax 101,449,981 

Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax 78,553,607 

Succession Duty 77,672,651 

Land Transfer Tax 48,311,821 

Race Tracks Tax 34,088,223 

Provincial Land Tax 2,165,613 

Gift Tax 1,483,760 

Land Speculation Tax 283,658 

Logging Tax (45,474) 

Security Transfer Tax 792 4,800,483,514 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

The Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Act — registrants 1 ,841 

Profits From Trading Activities 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario— profits, gallonage fees, etc 301,650,000 

Sales 

Publications and maps 3,115 

Miscellaneous 7,857 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Province of Ontario Savings Office— Refund of advances for operating expenses 2,241,560 



Revenue 5,104,398,534 

'Net of $305,905,091 for Ontario tax credits. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 127 

IX.-MINISTRY OF REVENUE 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND CREDITS 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ 
Credits 

Contract security deposits— retail sales tax 1 74,589 

Receipts and Credits 1 74,589 



128 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



IX.-MINISTRY OF REVENUE 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 







1974-75 


1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 






Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


3,440,874 


Ministry Administration 


3,486,700 


3,331,129 


13,463,846 


Administration of Taxes 


16,229,800 


16,199,799 


34,589,010 


Municipal Assessment 


39,186,100 


39,159,534 


491,640 


Guaranteed Income and Tax Credit 


62,484,500 


62,143,133 


1,861,797 


Province of Ontario Savings Office 
Ministry Total 


2,040,000 


2,241,560 


53,847,167 


123,427,100 


123,075,155 


1 ,970,643 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Ac counting Classification 


2,058,000 


2,346,099 


51,876,524 


121,369,100 


120,729,056 








53,759,061 


Total Expenditure 


123,427,100 


122,988,643 


88,106 


Total Charges 




86,512 


53,847,167 


123,427,100 


123,075,155 



! 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



129 



IX.— MINISTRY OF REVENUE-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



901 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

S 
S 



500,700 
218,000 
240,200 
399,000 
885,100 
458,500 
656,500 



3,358,000 
18,000 



3,376,000 



40,800 
4,700 
23,000 
22,600 
19,600 



500,700 
258,800 
244,900 
422,000 
907,700 
478,100 
656,500 



110,700 



3,468,700 
18,000 



110,700 



3,486,700 



MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 

Main Office 

Legal Services 

Audit Services 

Financial Services 

Administrative Services 

Personnel Services 

Management Systems 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Total for Ministry Administration. . 



466,198 
248,338 
231,601 
412,872 
901,963 
475,450 
576,680 



3,313,102 
18,000 

27 



3,331,129 



Program description : 

This program includes the Offices of the Minister and Deputy Minister of Revenue and activities supplying common 
administrative, technical and professional services in support of operating programs. 



130 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



IX.-MINISTRY OF REVENUE-Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 901 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary. . . . 

Legal Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Audit Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Financial Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



349,194 
30,676 
27,187 
32,498 
26,643 



466,198 
18.000 

27 



484,225 



1,168 
80 

2,937 

233,371 

10,782 



248,338 



197,179 


18,398 


9,178 


5,873 


973 


231.601 



299,068 
30,352 

7,352 
71,563 

4,537 



412,872 



Administrative Services (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Personnel Services (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Management Systems (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Ministry Administration 
Program 



337,704 
35,629 

333.469 
82,253 

112,908 

901,963 



374,807 

52,399 

14,865 

29,708 

3,671 

475,450 



292,347 
26,094 
22,669 

206,116 
29,454 

576,680 



3,331,129 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



131 



IX.-MINISTRY OF REVENUE-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


902 

1 
2 


$ 

489,700 
4,167,600 
1,498,900 
1,346,100 
8,220,700 


$ 

329,900 
176,900 


$ 

489,700 
4,167,600 
1,498,900 
1,676,000 
8,397,600 


ADMINISTRATION OF TAXES 
PROGRAM 

Administration 

Corporations Tax and Other Taxes 


$ 

446,666 
4,119,864 


3 


Gasoline and Tobacco Tax 


1,481,271 


4 


Succession Duty 


1,668,863 


5 


Retail Sales Tax and Other Taxes 


8,396,623 




Deposit and Trust Accounts 




s 


15,723,000 


506,800 


16,229,800 


16,113,287 
86,512 




Total for Administration of Taxes 






15,723,000 


506,800 


16,229,800 


16,199,799 



Program description : 

This program includes administration of The Corporations Tax Act, The Income Tax Act, The Gasoline Tax 
Act, The Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Act, The Tobacco Tax Act, The Succession Duty Act, The Retail Sales Tax Act, 
The Land Transfer Tax Act, The Race Tracks Tax Act and The Provincial Land Tax Act. 



132 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



IX.-MINISTRY OF REVENUE-Continued 

ADMINISTRATION OF TAXES PROGRAM-VOTE 902 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Corporations Tax and Other Taxes (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries 

Gasoline and Tobacco Tax (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



371,112 

49,839 

14,029 

2,769 

8,917 



446,666 



3,133,127 
346,539 

48,550 
638,073 

48,936 



Succession Duty (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Retail Sales Tax and Other Taxes (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



$ 

1,282,996 
127,316 

86,722 
144,153 

27,676 



,668,863 



6,657,939 

733.349 

597,028 

345,469 

62,838 



4,215,225 
95 361 


Deposit and Trust Accounts 
Statutory Appropriations 

Charges 

Retail Sales Tax- 
Contract Security Deposits 

Total for Administration of Taxes 
Program 


8,396,623 






4,119.864 




1,145,331 

125,546 

131,270 

69,054 

10,070 


86,512 


16,199,799 




1,481,271 





PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



133 



IX.-MINISTRY OF REVENUE-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


903 

1 


$ 

372,900 

1,037,700 

37,360,400 


$ 

21,400 
393,700 


$ 

394,300 

1,037,700 

37,754,100 


MUNICIPAL ASSESSMENT PROGRAM 

Administration 


$ 
388,145 


2 
3 


Assessment Standards 

Municipal Assessment Services 


1,020,933 
37,750,456 




Total for Municipal Assessment 






38,771,000 


415,100 


39,186,100 


39,159,534 



Program description: 

This program consists of valuing all real property at market value, making business assessments, preparing 
assessment rolls, issuing assessment notices and carrying out an annual enumeration. The program provides an equit- 
able base for municipal taxation, allocation of school support and grant structures, and produces preliminary voters 
lists and juror selection lists. 



134 



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IX.-MINISTRY OF REVENUE-Continued 

MUNICIPAL ASSESSMENT PROGRAM-VOTE 903 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grant to The Institute of Municipal 
Assessors 

Assessment Standards (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



157,316 
16,630 
1 5.963 

188.346 
4.890 



5,000 



388,145 



580,434 
58,893 
41,019 

317,399 
23,188 



1,020,933 



Municipal Assessment Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Municipal Assessment 
Program 



29,557,754 

3,081,857 

2,282,402 

2,291,090 

537,353 

37,750,456 



39,159,534 



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135 



IX.-MINISTRY OF REVENUE-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 






VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


904 

1 

2 


$ 

500,000 
61,656,000 


$ 
328,500 


$ 

828,500 
61,656,000 


GUARANTEED INCOME AND TAX 
CREDIT PROGRAM 

Ontario Tax Credit System 

Guaranteed Annual Income System 

Total for Guaranteed Income and Tax 
Credit 


$ 

768,509 
61,374,624 




62,156,000 


328,500 


62,484,500 


62,143,133 



Program description : 

This program includes the administration and the transfer payments of the Guaranteed Annual Income System 
which provides a basic level of income security for senior citizens resident in Ontario. This program also includes the 
administration of the Ontario Tax Credit System which provides property tax credits, retail sales tax credits and 
pensioner tax credits to Ontario residents. 



136 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



IX.-MINISTRY OF REVENUE-Continued 

GUARANTEED INCOME AND TAX CREDIT PROGRAM-VOTE 904 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Ontario Tax Credit System (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Guaranteed Annual Income System 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Total for Guaranteed Income and 
Tax Credit Program 



199,915 


3,176 


166,215 


399,126 


77 


768,509 



210,405 
21,424 
95,085 

672,980 

15,477 

60,359,253 

61,374,624 



62,143,133 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



137 



IX.-MINISTRY OF REVENUE— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


S 
S 


$ 
2,040,000 


$ 


$ 
2,040,000 


PROVINCE OF ONTARIO SAVINGS 
OFFICE PROGRAM 

(The Agricultural Development 
Finance Act) 

Administration 

Total for Province of Ontario 
Savings Office 


$ 
2,241,560 




2,040,000 




2,040,000 


2,241,560 









Program description: 

The Province of Ontario Savings Office operates twenty-one offices where deposits are received from the public and 
held in individual accounts on which interest is paid and cheques may be drawn. Funds in excess of day-to-day require- 
ments are deposited in the Consolidated Revenue Fund. 

This statutory appropriation provides funds for the purposes indicated, pending reimbursement by the Province of 
Ontario Savings Office. 



138 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



IX.-MIN1STRY OF REVENUE-Concluded 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO SAVINGS OFFICE PROGRAM— STATUTORY 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the vear ended March 31, 1975 



Administration (Statutory) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Province of Ontario 
Savings Office Program 



1,546,994 

192,778 

10,778 

392,879 

98,131 



2,241,560 



MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS 
AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS 



FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 140 

Statement of Receipts and Credits 142 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Administration 145 

Ontario Economic Council 148 

Central Statistical Services 150 

Economic Policy and Intergovernmental Affairs 152 

Finance 1 54 

Urban and Regional Affairs 1 56 

Tax Reform 158 

General Financial Assistance 160 

Ontario Land Corporation 1 62 

Statutory 145, 154, 156, 160, 162 

Summary 144 



139 



140 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ $ 
Rfcovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

Realty taxes, etc 295.549 

C.M.H.C. debenture forgiveness re Ear Falls sewage treatment project 63,860 359,409 

Royalties 

Water power 1 2.571 ,570 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Audit licences 1 ,740 

Sales 

Publications and maps 9,239 

Facilities 

Sewage and water 21 ,026 

Miscellaneous 83,193 

Government of Canada 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Post Secondary Education Adjustment Payment 142,685,004 

Regional and economic expansion 5,898,639 148,583,643 

Other 

Annual Subsidy per Capita. B.N. A. Act. 1907 5.121.864 

Annual Subsidy. B.N. A. Act. 1907 240,000 

Annual Subsidy (debt allowance) 142,414 

Common School Fund — interest 75,1 13 

Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Act 17,500 5,596.891 154,180,534 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Municipal Management Improvement Project 23,000 

Interest 

Cash, Temporary Investments and Marketable Securities 
Cash 

Funds on deposit with banks 105,217 

Temporary Investments 

Time deposits net of $20,158,062 loss on foreign 

exchange 57,008,389 

Other 8,016,396 

65,024,785 

Marketable Securities 

Interest 17,313,748 

Gain on sale of investments 938,072 

18,251.820 83.381.822 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 141 

X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE-Continued 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ $ 

Advances to Ontario Hydro secured by debentures 97,622.688 

Other Corporations, Boards and Commissions 

The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation 82,508,393 

The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation 80,295,748 

Ontario Mortgage Corporation 23,400,367 

Ontario Housing Corporation 30,789,457 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan 

Corporation ' 7,834,282 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation 3,179,059 

Ontario Northland Transportation Commission 3,018,247 

Ontario Development Corporation 2,038,604 

Ontario Student Housing Corporation 525,052 

Northern Ontario Development Corporation 513,394 

Eastern Ontario Development Corporation 43,128 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario 334 234,146,065 

Investments in Water Treatment and Waste Control Facilities 5,808,537 

Loans to Municipalities 

The Municipal Works Assistance Act 4,000,241 

Municipal Debentures The Municipality of Metropolitan 

Toronto 2,653,978 

Municipal Debentures— Other 98,771 

Tile Drainage Debentures 1,168,664 

Federal-Provincial employment loans 1,095,657 

Federal-Provincial special development loans 263,966 

The Co-operative Loans Act 94,662 

Township of Elliot Lake 49.386 

The Shoreline Property Assistance Act, 1973 28,216 

Federal-Provincial Winter Capital Projects Fund 23,484 

Lac Seul Storage Dam 16,678 

Improvement District of Manitouwadge 13,055 

Moosonee Area Development Board 9,840 9,516,598 

Other Loans and Investments 

The Public Hospitals Act 4,282,994 

International Bridge Authority of Michigan— debentures. . . 351 ,755 
Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company 

debentures maturing 1974 to 1977 and 1980 67,000 

Conservation authorities 23,540 

Provincial Student-Aid Loans 1 5,309 

Agricultural Loans 49 4,740,647 

Other 

Discount on Ontario debentures purchased for debt 

retirement 17,851,996 

Accrued interest on issue of debentures 1,566,316 

Discount on purchase of United States dollars 493,736 19,912,048 455.128,405 

Revenue 622,378,1 16 



142 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

X. -MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND CREDITS 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ $ 

Receipts 

Ontario Hydro 

Repayments of advances — secured 46,980,000 

Other Corporations. Boards and Commissions 

Ontario Housing Corporation 208,406.264 

Ontario Mortgage Corporation 11 ,826,000 

The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation 46.086,357 

The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation 20,582.268 

Ontario Development Corporation 6.866.964 

Northern Ontario Development Corporation 297.253 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation 4,713,000 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario 70,000 298,848.106 

Loans to Municipalities 

Sundry municipalities re municipal works assistance 4.338.128 

The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 1 .378,000 

Federal-Provincial employment loans 567.775 

Federal-Provincial special development loans 262,200 

Federal-Provincial Winter Capital Projects Fund 10.640 

Township of Elliot Lake 21 8.600 

City of Windsor 66.501 

Town of Kapuskasing 48.241 

Improvement District of Manitouwadge 32.000 

The Shoreline Property Assistance Act, 1973 7.707 

The Moosonee Development Area Board 4.000 6,933,792 

Other Loans and Investments 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company — 

early retirement of 3% bonds due April 1 , 1 980 2.1 00,000 

annual payment on bond maturing in 1977 50,000 

Municipal and school tax credit assistance 203.124 

Agricultural Loans 855 2.353,979 355,115,877 



Credits 

Demand Deposits with the Province of Ontario Savings Office 46,346,171 

Pension Funds 

Public Service Superannuation Fund 151 ,290,984 

Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Account 433,696 151,724,680 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 143 

X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS 
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND CREDITS-Continued 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Deposit and Trust Accounts 

Ontario Energy Corporation— deposit account 99,998,000 

Payroll Deductions (net) 292,782 

Ontario Food Terminal Board— sinking fund deposits 282,205 

Security bond forfeitures— 

The Motor Vehicle Dealers Act 65,000 

The Consumer Protection Act 44,859 

The Real Estate and Business Brokers Act 26,000 

The Private Investigators and Security Guards Act .... 3.350 
Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company- 
interest on sinking fund deposit 133,035 

The Fund for Milk and Cream Producers 82,702 

Unclaimed monies— miscellaneous 35,674 

Queen Elizabeth II Ontario Scholarship Fund— interest .... 25,000 

McMichael Canadian Collection of Art 8,257 

Canadian Trotting Association — Standard Breeders 

awards unclaimed 3,768 

The Centennial Centre of Science and Technology 845 

Other 7,536 101,009,013 



Reserve Accounts 

Unclaimed debenture principal and interest 1,266.752 

Outstanding cheques 295,808 1 ,562,560 300,642,424 

Receipts and Credits 655,758,301 






144 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 







1974-75 


1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 




Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


2,980,767 


Ministry Administration 


3,748,800 


3,107,974 


401,915 


Ontario Economic Council 


653,000 


531,764 


1,107,505 


Central Statistical Services 


1,952,000 


1,326,815 


2,160,684 


Economic Policy and Intergovernmental Affairs 


3,149,800 


2,807,087 


1,113,994,366 


Finance 


861,416,000 


1,256,341,655 


11,965,479 


Urban and Regional Affairs 


32,001,000 


25,672,649 


209,907,933 


Tax Reform 


307,996,000 


305,439,479 


47,812,498 


General Financial Assistance 


51,476,000 


22,071,890 




Ontario Land Corporation 
Ministry Total 


350,000,000 


320,100,000 


1,390,331,147 


1,612,392,600 


1,937,399,313 


1,129,816,780 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


1.207,198,000 


1,572,700,199 


260,514,367 


405,194,600 


364,699,114 








864,582,863 


Total Expenditure 


1,033,600,600 


1,035,527,279 


464,802,914 


Total Disbursements 


518,007,000 


856,702,312 


60,945,370 


Total Charges 


60,785,000 


45,169,722 


1,390,331,147 


1,612,392,600 


1,937,399,313 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



145 



X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


1001 








MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 




1 


615,300 
181,100 




615 300 


Ministry Central Office 


612 888 


2 




181,100 


General Administration 


106,321 


3 


92,000 
312,800 
271,800 




92 000 


Program Analysis 


86,523 


4 




312 800 


Organization Development Services 


43,614 


5 




271,800 


Systems and Programming 


176,354 


6 


420,700 


33,600 


454,300 


Accounts 


448,435 


7 


629,400 
269 000 




629 400 




543,733 


8 




269,000 


Personnel Administration 


257,962 


9 


383,900 


25,200 


409,100 


Office of Information Services 


398,051 


10 


208,900 

210,500 

76,600 




208 900 




191 696 


1 1 




210 500 


Office of Legal Services 


197,060 


12 




76,600 




26,260 










3,672,000 


58,800 


3,730,800 


3,088,897 


S 


18,000 




18,000 


Minister's Salary 


17,981 


s 








Parliamentary Assistants' Salaries 

Total for Ministry Administration. , 


1,096 




3,690,000 


58,800 


3,748,800 


3,107,974 



Program description : 

This program provides overall direction, coordination and support services for the programs of the Ministry. 



146 



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X.-MIN1STRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS-Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 1001 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Ministry Central Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistants' Salaries 

General Administration (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Program Analysis (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication ...... 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Organization Development Services 
(Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Systems and Programming (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



391,400 
55,634 
68.366 
55,464 
42,024 



612,888 

17.981 

1.096 



631.965 



85.607 
7.388 
1,069 

7.414 
4.843 



106.321 



71.990 
7.346 
1 .436 
4.609 
1.142 



86.523 



31.972 
3.310 
1,056 
6.129 
1.147 

43.614 



149.093 
13.869 

1,808 
7,563 
4.021 

176.354 



Accounts (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Office Services (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: recoveries from other Programs 

Personnel Administration (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Office of Information Services (Item 9) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Library Services (Item 10) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits . . . .' 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



355,537 

35.386 

1,173 

47.918 

8,421 



448.435 



334.865 

34,426 

75,243 

327.100 

150,470 



922.104 
378.371 



543,733 



210.371 
21.741 

4,381 
16,767 

4,702 



257.962 



219,018 
18,892 
20,481 

100.994 
38.666 



398.051 



1 1 1 ,496 

10.522 

1.268 

24,332 

44,078 



191,696 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



147 



X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS -Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 1001 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Office of Legal Services (Item 1 1 ) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 


$ 

31.735 

2,771 

8,888 

146 020 


Supplies and equipment 


7,646 




197,060 


Internal Audit Services (Item 12) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 


18.454 
1,437 


Transportation and communication 

Services 


39 
1 860 


Supplies and equipment 


4,470 








26,260 


Total for Ministry Administration 
Program 


3,107,974 



148 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



X.— MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS -Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1002 

1 


$ 
653,000 


$ 


$ 
653,000 


ONTARIO ECONOMIC COUNCIL 
PROGRAM 

Ontario Economic Council 


$ 
531,764 




Total for Ontario Economic Council 




653,000 




653,000 


531,764 



Program description : 

This program studies and reports on public policy issues in the areas of natural resources, human resources, 
Government and Provincial economic development. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



149 



X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS-Continued 

ONTARIO ECONOMIC COUNCIL PROGRAM-VOTE 1002 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 






Ontario Economic Council (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 149,765 

Employee benefits 9,674 

Transportation and communication 24,103 

Services 319,659 

Supplies and equipment 28,563 

Total for Ontario Economic 

Council Program 531 ,764 



150 



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X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1003 

1 


$ 
1,952,000 


$ 


$ 
1 ,952.000 


CENTRAL STATISTICAL SERVICES 
PROGRAM 

Central Statistical Services 

Total for Central Statistical Services . . . 


$ 
1,326,815 




1,952,000 




1,952,000 


1,326,815 



Program description: 

This program provides the Ministries and Agencies of the Government of Ontario with central statistical analysis 
and services required for planning and policy formulation, and disseminates statistical information to users in accor- 
dance with The Ontario Statistics Act. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



151 



X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS-Continued 

CENTRAL STATISTICAL SERVICES PROGRAM-VOTE 1003 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 






Central Statistical Services (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 985,964 

Employee benefits 99,365 

Transportation and communication 23,268 

Services 198,185 

Supplies and equipment 24,808 

Less recoveries 

Total for Central Statistical 

Services Program 1 ,326,8 1 5 



1.331,590 
4,775 



152 



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X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1004 

1 
2 


$ 

100,500 
1,700,000 
1,042,500 


$ 
306,800 


$ 

100,500 
2,006,800 
1 ,042,500 


ECONOMIC POLICY AND 

INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS 

PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Office of Economic Policy 


$ 

77,465 
1 ,909 694 


3 


Office of Intergovernmental Affairs 

Total for Economic Policy and 

Intergovernmental Affairs 


819,928 




2,843,000 


306,800 


3,149,800 


2,807,087 



Program description: 

Economic Policy 

The monitoring and analysis of short and long term economic activity; the research and development of economic 
policy; the coordination of macro-economic policy: and, technical liaison with other governments on matters relating 
to economic policy. 

Intergovernmental Affairs 

The provision of analysis and advice on Ontario's policy and participation in Canadian international activities; 
in federal-provincial and interprovincial affairs; and in the broad relationships between the Province and its 
municipalities. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



153 



X.-MIN1STRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS-Continued 

ECONOMIC POLICY AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS PROGRAM-VOTE 1004 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 






Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Office of Economic Policy (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Conference Board in 

Canada $ 100,000 

Eighth World Congress of 

Sociology 26,729 

Institute for Research on 

Public Policy 600,000 



57,930 
5,150 
3.653 
7,814 
2,918 



77,465 



897,453 
83,748 
36,771 

131,624 
33,369 



726,729 



1 .909,694 



Office of Intergovernmental Affairs (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Municipal Liaison Com- 
mittee $ 25,000 

Association of Municipalities 

of Ontario 10,000 

Association of Counties and 

Regions of Ontario 3,000 

Ontario Association of Rural 

Municipalities 1 ,000 

North-West Ontario 

Municipal Association .. . 1,500 

Bureau of Municipal 

Research 25,000 

Total for Economic Policy and 
Intergovernmental Affairs 
Program 



463,564 
44,970 
83,807 

143,985 
18,102 



65.500 



19,928 



2,807,087 



154 



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X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Appropriations 



VOTE 

and 

Item 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Program and Activities 



Total 



Actual 



1005 

1 

2 
3 
4 

S 
S 
S 
S 



120,200 

55,600 

3,063,000 

1,670,200 



4,909,000 
674,022,000 
121,700,000 

60,785,000 



861,416.000 



120,200 

55,600 

3,063.000 

1.670.200 



4.909,000 
674.022,000 
121.700,000 

60.785.000 



861.416,000 



FINANCE PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Debentures Planning 

Fiscal Policy 

Treasury 

Public Debt 

Development Loans 

Other Loans and Advances 

Pension Funds, Deposit, Trust and Reserve 
Accounts 

Total for Finance 



69,222 

44,838 

2,911,749 

1 ,468,609 



4,494,418 
688,211.502 
132,666.013 
385,800.000 

45.169.722 
1,256,341,655 



Program description: 

This program provides a centrally integrated budgetary planning system to propose, develop, integrate and 
monitor the Government's Fiscal and Financial policies for achieving stated social and economic objectives, with 
particular reference to Federal-Provincial fiscal relations, tax policy, provincial fiscal policy and co-ordinated 
provincial-municipal finance and tax reform. It also provides support to the Treasurer of Ontario with respect to the 
development of policies for sound financing, debt management, utilization of cash resources, financial management 
and fiduciary services to government agencies. The Fiscal Policy activity of this program includes the cost of financial 
policy development and related financial management of Tax Reform and General Financial Assistance programs. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



155 



X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS-Continued 

FINANCE PROGRAM-VOTE 1005 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Debentures Planning (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Fiscal Policy (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Treasury (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Public Debt 
Statutory Appropriations 

Interest on Securities Issued 

1 . In provincial account 

2. On behalf of Ontario Hydro 

3. To Teachers' Superannuation Fund 

4. To Ontario Municipal Employees" 
Retirement Fund 



54,905 
4,778 
2,425 
5,060 
2,054 



69,222 



39.867 

3.831 

209 

287 
644 



44,838 



1,692,341 
157,416 
83,404 

874,733 
103,855 



2,911,749 



984,347 
100,574 

10,853 
336,731 

36,104 

1 ,468,609 



369,438.992 
97.622,688 
85,436,700 

39,250,570 



Interest on Public Service Superannuation 
Fund 

Interest on Savings Office Deposits 

Other interest, exchange, discount and 
commission 



Development Loans 

Statutory Appropriations 

Disbursements 
The Ontario Education Capital Aid 

Corporation 

The Ontario Universities Capital Aid 

Corporation 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement 

Corporation 



Other Loans and Advances 

Statutory Appropriations 

Disbursements 

Ontario Hydro 

Ontario Northland Transportation 

Commission 

The Crop Insurance Commission of 

Ontario 

Ontario Lottery Corporation 



48,370.561 
18,165.132 



29.926,859 



688,211.502 



87,370.000 

38.069,013 

7,227,000 

132.666,013 



375,000,000 

7,000,000 

3,500,000 
300,000 

385,800,000 



Pension Funds, Deposit, Trust and Reserve 
Accounts 

Statutory Appropriations 

Charges 

Queen Elizabeth II Ontario Scholarship 

Fund (Income Account) 23,631 

Payments from Public Service Super- 
annuation Fund 42,281,435 

Payments from Legislative Assembly 

Retirement Allowances Account 277,249 

Miscellaneous 2,587,407 

45,169,722 
Total for Finance Program 1 ,256,341 ,655 



156 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1006 

1 


$ 

343,700 

21,018,000 

7,952,000 

953,600 

1,231,700 


$ 


$ 

343,700 

21,018,000 

7,952,000 

953,600 

1,231,700 


URBAN AND REGIONAL AFFAIRS 
PROGRAM 

Program Administration 


$ 
147,923 


2 
3 


Urban and Regional Planning 

Local Government Services 


17,890,604 
5,269,064 


4 


Niagara Escarpment Commission 


727,453 


5 


Subsidies Administration 


1,134,007 




Urban and Regional Planning. . 




s 


31,499,000 
502,000 




31,499,000 
502,000 


25,169,051 
503,598 




Total for Urban and Regional Affairs. . . 






32,001,000 




32,001,000 


25,672,649 



Program description: 

This program provides policy options for orderly and cohesive development of the regions of the province, sup- 
ports various regional economic and social development programs, institutes planning and organizational guidelines 
for more effective, responsive and responsible local government and assists in the achievement of a community 
environment that will satisfy local needs and aspirations consistent with provincial goals and objectives. The Subsidies 
Administration activity of this program provides the delivery service for Tax Reform and General Financial Assistance 
programs of this Ministry and for certain programs of other Ministries (e.g. Farm Tax Reduction Program). 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



157 



X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS-Continued 

URBAN AND REGIONAL AFFAIRS PROGRAM-VOTE 1006 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 






Program Administration (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 1 20.309 

Employee benefits 10.671 

Transportation and communication 4,010 

Services 8,546 

Supplies and equipment 4.387 



147,923 



2.132.094 
209.118 
125,141 

2,086,452 
94,591 



Urban and Regional Planning (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets 
Regional economic and social development 
programs 4.537,546 

Transfer payments 

Intergovernmental Com- 
mittee on Urban and 

Regional Research $ 52.192 

Regional economic and 
social development 
program 8.653.470 8.705.662 

17.890.604 



Statutory Appropriations 

The District Municipality of 

MuskokaAct 218,547 

The Regional Municipality of 

of York Act 20,346 

The Regional Municipality of 

Sudbury Act, 1972 76,307 

The Regional Municipality of 

Waterloo Act, 1972 32,614 

The Regional Municipality of 

Durham Act, 1973 31,947 

The Regional Municipality of 

Halton Act, 1973 31,837 

The Regional Municipality of 

Peel Act, 1973 32,652 

The Regional Municipality of 

Hamilton-Wentworth Act, 

1973 36,634 

The Regional Municipality of 

Haldimand-Norfolk Act, 

1973 22,714 



503,598 



18,394.202 



Local Government Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets 

Wasaga Beach Park-Community Project . . 
Transfer payments 
Town of Wasaga Beach — 
special development 

assistance $ 259,288 

Townsite development pay- 
ments 353,186 

Regional Municipality of 

York 400,000 

Moosonee Development 

Area Board 210,500 

District Municipality of 

Muskoka 25,000 

Special Planning Grants 
Regional Municipality of 

Waterloo 50,000 

City of Timmins 50,000 

Community Planning 

Association of Canada. . . 6,000 

Stratford Seminar on Civic 

Design 1 ,000 

Association of Municipal 
Clerks and Treasurers of 
Ontario 17,000 



Niagara Escarpment Commission (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Subsidies Administration (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Urban and Regional 
Affairs Program 



1,530,257 
151,916 
169,486 
446,860 

75,358 

1,523,213 



1,371,974 



5,269,064 



447,598 
20,169 
73,196 

133,025 
53,465 

727,453 



771,056 
49,627 
71,569 

215,571 
26.184 

1,134,007 



25,672,649 



158 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activitifs 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


1007 








TAX REFORM PROGRAM 




1 


100,994,000 


450,000 


101,444,000 


The Regional Municipal Grants Act 


99,851,240 


2 


29,900,000 




29,900,000 


The Municipal Unconditional Grants Act. . . . 


29,566,732 


3 


167,000,000 




167,000,000 


The Property Tax Stabilization Act, 1973 .... 


166,990,220 


4 


850 000 


^50 000 


1 1 00 000 




1 090 283 


5 


7 000 000 


225 000 


7 225 000 




7 1 1 3 964 


6 


750,000 




750.000 


Compensation for Municipal Taxation 


297,519 


7 


577,000 




577.000 


Loans under The Municipal and School Tax 
Credit Assistance Act 


529,521 




Total for Tax Rfform . . 






307,071,000 


925,000 


307,996,000 


305,439,479 









Program description: 

This program provides assistance to alleviate the incidence of property tax burden on Ontario residents. The 
cost of financial policy development and related financial management of this program is included in Fiscal Policy 
activity of Finance program; the delivery cost of this program is included in Subsidies Administration activity of Urban 
and Regional Affairs program. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



159 



X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS-Continued 

TAX REFORM PROGRAM-VOTE 1007 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 






The Regional Municipal Grants Act $ 

(Item 1) 

Transfer payments 

Per Capita Grants 43,178,544 

Grants in respect of policing 32,367,245 

Density element 5,002,752 

Special payments 19,302,699 

99,851,240 

The Municipal Unconditional 
Grants Act (Item 2) 

Transfer payments 

Per Capita Grants 19,864,618 

Grants in respect of policing 9,345,718 

Grants to compensate for loss of revenue . 356,396 

29,566.732 

The Property Tax Stabilization Act, 1973 
(Item 3) 

Transfer payments 

Property tax stabilization grants 166,990,220 

166,990,220 



The Assessment Act (Item 4) 

Transfer payments 

Taxes on tenant occupied Provincial 
properties 



The Municipal Tax Assistance Act 
(Item 5) 

Transfer payments 

Municipal tax assistance payments. . 



Compensation for Municipal Taxation 
(Item 6) 

Transfer payments 

Certain natural resource land holdings. . 



Loans under The Municipal and School 
Tax Credit Assistance Act (Item 7) 



Disbursements 

Total for Tax Reform Program 



1,090,283 



7.113,964 



297.519 



529,521 



305.439.479 



160 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS- Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1008 

1 
1 


$ 

330,000 

10,000 

14,765,000 

36,200,000 


$ 


$ 

330,000 

10,000 

14,765,000 

36,200,000 


GENERAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE 
PROGRAM 

Special Assistance to Municipalities 

Ontario Pensioners Assistance 


$ 

314,225 
7,450 


3 
4 


Special Emergency Assistance Programs 

Employment Incentive Programs 


3,666,960 

17,852,968 




Regional Municipalities 




s 


51,305,000 
56,000 


115,000 


51,305,000 

115,000 

56,000 


21,841,603 
174,287 


s 


Special Assistance to Municipalities 

Total for General Financial Assistance . . 


56,000 




51,361,000 


115,000 


51,476,000 


22,071,890 



Program description : 

This program provides general financial assistance for easement from specific problem situations, e.g. flood 
damage, excessive unemployment, etc. The cost of financial policy development and related financial management 
of this program is included in Fiscal Policy activity of Finance program; the delivery cost of this program is included 
in Subsidies Administration activity of Urban and Regional Affairs program. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



161 



X.-MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS-Continued 

GENERAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM-VOTE 1008 

Details of Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Special Assistance to Municipalities 
(Item 1) 

Transfer payments 
Conveyance of prisoners 

Disbursements 
To relieve otherwise undue Tax Burden : 

Township of Amabel S 11 0,000 

Township of Collingwood. 116,826 

Statutory Appropriations 

The Whirlpool Rapids Bridge 

Act 36,000 

The Lewiston-Queenston 

Bridge Act 20.000 



Ontario Pensioners Assistance 
(Item 2) 

Transfer payments 

Payments under The Ontario Pensioners 

Assistance Act, 1973 



87,399 



226,826 



314.225 



56,000 
370.225 



7.450 



Special Emergency Assistance Programs 
(Item 3) 

Transfer payments 

To assist municipalities in re- 
pairing or preventing flood 
damage due to the Great 
Lakes high water levels. . . $ 1,176,697 
To provide disaster relief 
assistance to victims of 
storms and floods due to 
natural causes 2,124,163 



Disbursements 

Loans to municipalities under The Shore- 
line Property Assistance Act, 1973 



Employment Incentive Programs 
(Item 4) 

Transfer payments 

Provincial-Municipal employment 

incentive program 

Student Involvement in Municipal 

Administration 

Disbursements 

Federal-Provincial employ- 
ment loans program 156,566 

Federal-Provincial Winter 
Capital Projects Fund. . . . 16,857,286 



Statutory Appropriations 

The Regional Municipality of Haldimand- 
Norfolk Act. 1973 

The Regional Municipality of Durham Act. 
1973 

The County of Oxford Act, 1 974 .... . 



Total for General Financial 
Assistance Program 



3,300,860 



366,100 



3,666,960 



399,932 
439,184 



17,013,852 



17,852,968 



49,617 



6,242 
118,428 



174,287 



22,071,890 



162 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


S 


$ 


$ 
350,000,000 


$ 
350,000,000 


ONTARIO LAND CORPORATION 
PROGRAM 

Ontario Land Corporation 

Total for Ontario Land Corporation 
Program 


$ 
320,100,000 


S 




350,000,000 


350,000,000 


320,100,000 



Program description: 

The objects of the Corporation are to assist in the promotion of community and industrial development of land 
in Ontario by the financing and acquisition of land and the disposal of it to persons in the private and government 
sectors for residential, community, industrial, governmental and commercial development. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



163 



MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS-Concluded 

ONTARIO LAND CORPORATION PROGRAM-STATUTORY 

Details of Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 






Ontario Land Corporation (Item 1) 

Disbursement 
Ontario Land Corporation 



320,100,000 



320,100,000 






XI 



JUSTICY POLICY 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 






TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 1 66 

Statement of Expenditure 

Justicy Policy 1 68 

Statutory 1 68 

Summary 167 



165 



166 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

XI. -JUSTICE POLICY 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ 
Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 17 

Revenue 17 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



167 



XL-JUSTICE POLICY 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 
308,167 


Justice Policy 

Total for Justice Policy 

Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total Expenditure 


$ 
419,000 


$ 
291,623 


308,167 
14,063 


419,000 
18,000 


291,623 

2,288 


294,104 


401,000 


289,335 


308,167 


419,000 


291,623 






168 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XI.-JUSTICE POLICY-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1101 

1 


$ 
401,000 


$ 


$ 
401,000 


JUSTICE POLICY PROGRAM 

Justice Policy 


$ 
289,335 




Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Total for Justice Policy 




s 

s 


401,000 
18,000 




401,000 
18,000 


289,335 
2,288 




419,000 




419,000 


291,623 









Program description: 

This Cabinet Committee chaired by the Provincial Secretary for Justice is responsible for the development and 
coordination of policy recommendations within the Justice Policy field. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



169 



XI. -JUSTICE POLICY-Concluded 

JUSTICE POLICY- VOTE 1101 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 






Justice Policy (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 190,499 

Employees benefits 37,414 

Transportation and communication 10,798 

Services 29,923 

Supplies and equipment 20,701 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Total for Justice Policy Program . . . 291,623 



289,335 
2,288 



XII. 



MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL 



FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 172 

Statement of Expenditure 

Law Officer of the Crown 1 74 

Administrative Services 1 76 

Guardian and Trustee Services 178 

Crown Legal Services 1 80 

Legislative Counsel Services 1 82 

Courts Administration 1 84 

Administrative Tribunals 1 86 

Statutory 174, 180, 184 

Summary 173 



171 



172 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XII.-MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 40,591 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Surrogate Registrars 6,798,068 

Sheriffs 3,115,149 

Local Registrars 2,556,545 

County and District Court Clerks 2,065,573 

Ontario Municipal Board 575,927 

Public Trustee— escheated estates 363,729 

Small Claims Courts— clerks and bailiffs 147,679 

Crown Attorneys 3,265 15,625,935 



Fines and Penalties 
Provincial courts- 
Criminal division 40,534,969 

Family division 26,959 

Estreated bail 1 57,073 

Unclaimed bail and restitutions 10,842 

Other 172,670 40,902,513 

m iscellaneous 1 34,450 

Government of Canada 

Reimbursements of Expenditures- 
Legal Aid 3,969,500 

Criminal Injuries Compensation Board 396,950 4,366,450 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Public Trustee 2,027,783 

Official Guardian 812,835 

Accountant, Supreme Court of Ontario 138.912 2,979,530 

Revenue 64,049,469 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



173 



XII.-MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 
2,166,604 
14,895,096 

2,859,833 

6,697,644 

334,997 

37,439,335 

3,725,159 


Law Officer of the Crown 
Administrative Services 
Guardian and Trustee Services 
Crown Legal Services 
Legislative Counsel Services 
Courts Administration 
Administrative Tribunals 
Ministry Total 

Less : Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total Expenditure 


$ 

2,907,000 

19,776,000 

3,417,500 

8,598,000 

411,500 

46,372,500 

4,556,500 


$ 

2,893,165 

19,725,770 

3,405,229 

8,420,127 

409,834 

46,126,257 

4,344,155 


68,118,668 
663,553 


86,039,000 
704,500 


85,324,537 
692,406 


67,455,115 


85,334,500 


84,632,131 


68,118,668 


86,039,000 


85,324,537 



174 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XII. -MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Program and Activities 



Total 



Actual 



1201 

1 

2 
3 

4 



165,500 
187,700 
842,300 
394,500 

10,000 



83,000 
9,000 



1,197.000 



248,500 
196,700 
842,300 
394.500 

1.207.000 



1 ,600.000 
18,000 



1,289,000 



2,889.000 
18,000 



1.618,000 



1,289.000 



2,907.000 



LAW OFFICER OF THE CROWN 
PROGRAM 

Attorney General 

Deputy Attorney General 

Policy Development 

Law Research (Ontario Law Reform 
Commission) 

Royal Commissions 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Total for Law Officer of the Crown . . 



Program description: 

This program provides for the direction and supervision of the administration of justice in Ontario. 



245,021 
188,235 
842,127 

392,342 
1 .206.933 



2,874,658 

18,000 

507 



2.893.165 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



175 



XII. -MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL-Continued 

LAW OFFICER OF THE CROWN PROGRAM- VOTE 1201 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Attorney General (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Deputy Attorney General (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Policy Development (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



16,433 
7,509 
30.743 
73,878 
16.458 



245.021 



18,000 
507 



263,528 



141,914 
15,353 
8,891 
10.543 
11,534 

188.235 



355,531 
33,617 
15.458 

386.141 
51.380 

842,127 



Law Research 

(Ontario Law Reform Commission) 

(Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Royal Commissions (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Law Officer of the Crown 
Program 



247.448 

20,988 

7,568 

81,211 

35.127 

392,342 



264,968 

16,899 

51,219 

745,502 

128,345 

,206,933 



2,893.165 



176 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XII.-MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Program and Activities 



Total 



Actual 



1202 

1 

2 
3 

4 



15,816,700 

1,292,700 

363,600 

492,000 



17,965,000 



1,681,500 
99,500 

30,000 



1,811,000 



17,498,200 

1 ,392,200 

363,600 

522,000 



19,776,000 



ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 
PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Financial Management 

Management Audit 

Personnel Management 

Total for Administrative Services . . . 



17,490,694 

1,391,695 

353,671 

489,710 



19,725,770 



Program description: 

This program provides supporting administrative and financial services for the operating programs of the Ministry 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



177 



XII. -MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL-Continued 
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES PROGRAM— VOTE 1202 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item \, 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Contribution to Legal Aid Fund. . . . 

Financial Management (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Compassionate Allowances 

Management Audit (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



1 24.470 
12,709 
14,833 

184,890 
21,492 

17,132,300 

17,490,694 



977,493 
121.598 
49,455 
107,966 
127,568 



7,615 



1,391,695 



290,144 

27,644 

21.793 

10.761 

3.329 

353.671 



Personnel Management (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Administrative Services 
Program 



384.442 

39,846 

9,180 

37,788 

18.454 

489.710 



19.725.770 



178 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XII. -MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1203 

1 


$ 

1 ,047,600 

1,827,800 

141,100 


$ 

191,000 

200,000 

10,000 


$ 

1,238,600 

2,027,800 

151,100 


GUARDIAN AND TRUSTEE SERVICES 
PROGRAM 

Official Guardian 


$ 
1,238,534 


2 
3 


Public Trustee 


2,027,783 
138,912 




Total for Guardian and Trustee 

Services 






3,016,500 


401,000 


3,417.500 


3,405,229 



Program description: 

This program provides for the administration of judicial, minors' and mentally incompetent persons' trusts, 
supervision of charitable financial interests and protection and preservation of reversionary interests of the Crown 
in right of Ontario. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



179 






XII. -MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL-Continued 

GUARDIAN AND TRUSTEE SERVICES PROGRAM-VOTE 1203 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Official Guardian (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Public Trustee (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



$ 


Supreme Court Accountant (Item 3) 


$ 


690,764 


Salaries and wages 


92.656 


72,486 


Employee benefits 


9.428 


26,393 


Transportation and communication 


1,084 


396.490 


Services 


32,124 


52,401 




3,620 




Total for Guardian and Trustee 




1,238,534 


138,912 








Services Program 


3.405,229 


1.571.116 




161.112 






54.977 






175.207 






65.371 






2.027.783 





180 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XII.-MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1204 

1 


$ 

1,833,500 

6,283,200 

148,300 


$ 
332,000 


$ 

1.833,500 

6,615,200 

148,300 


CROWN LEGAL SERVICES 
PROGRAM 

Crown Law Office 


$ 
1.700.457 


2 
3 


Crown Attorneys System 

Common Legal Services 


6,600,162 
108.193 




Proceedings Against the Crown Act 




s 


8,265,000 
1,000 


332,000 


8,597,000 
1,000 


8,408,812 
11,315 




Total for Crown Legal Services 






8,266,000 


332,000 


8.598.000 


8,420.127 



Program description: 

This program provides legal representation for the Crown in right of Ontario before all courts in the province 
and legal services to the Government and its agencies. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



181 



XII. -MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL-Continued 

CROWN LEGAL SERVICES PROG RAM -VOTE 1204 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Crown Law Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee Benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Proceedings against The Crown Act 

Crown Attorneys System (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Crown Attorneys' Association 



1 ,224.940 

110.458 

58,751 

236,285 

70,023 

1.700,457 
11.315 

1.711,772 



4.827.274 
493.771 
313,960 
764.191 
198.966 

2.000 

6,600,162 



Common Legal Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Less: Recoveries from other Ministries for 
Seconded Common Legal Services . . 



Total for Crown Legal Services 
Program 



2,712,288 

258.420 

3.063 

7.856 

1.217 

2,982.844 

2,874.651 

108.193 

8,420.127 



182 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XII.— MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1205 

1 


$ 
386.500 


$ 
25.000 


411.500 


LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL SERVICES 
PROGRAM 

Legislative Counsel Services 


$ 
409.834 




Totai ior Legislative Counsel 

Si r\ ices 






386.500 


25.000 


411.500 


409.834 









Program description: 

This program provides legislative services to Ministers o\' the Crown, members of the Legislature, government 
ministries and agencies and petitioners for private bills. It also provides drafting services for Bills and Regulations, as 
well as the preparation of Annual Statute Books and the filing and publication of Ontario Regulations. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



183 



XII. -MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL-Continued 

LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL SERVICES PROGRAM-VOTE 1205 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Legislative Counsel Services (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 350,645 

Employee benefits 38,736 

Transportation and communication 1 ,757 

Services 12,296 

Supplies and equipment 6,400 

Total for Legislative Counsel 

Servic es Program 409.834 



184 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XII. -MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


1206 








COURTS ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 




1 


758 300 




758 300 




542 312 


2 


2 636 100 


216 000 


2 852 100 


Supreme Court of Ontario 


2,846 478 


3 


12,914,000 


1,893,500 


14,807,500 


County. District and Small Claims Courts. . . . 


14,806,169 


4 


24.622,600 


2.646,500 


27,269.100 




27.268,714 










40.931,000 


4.756.000 


45.687.000 


45.463.673 


S 


147,000 




147.000 


Allowances to Supreme Court Judges 


136.526 


S 


215,500 




215.500 


Allowances to Judges 


213.842 


S 


323,000 




323.000 


Allowances to Judges 

Total for Courts Administration 


312.216 




41.616.500 


4.756,000 


46.372.500 


46.126.257 



Program description: 

This program provides for the management of civil and criminal courts in Ontario. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



185 



XII. -MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL-Continued 

COURTS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM- VOTE 1206 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 



Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Supreme Court of Ontario (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Judges' Library $ 6,700 

Chief Justice of Ontario- 
Conferences and Seminars 3,300 



Allowances to Supreme Court Judges , 



236,416 
20,882 
13,111 
89.352 

182,551 



542.312 



2.067.828 
200.876 
138,187 
279.533 
150.054 



10,000 



2.846.478 
136,526 

2.983.004 



County, District and Small Claims Courts 
(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services '. 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

County and District Law 

Libraries $ 9,400 

Small Claims Courts' 

Association 3,000 

Allowances to Judges 

Surrogate Courts Act $ 213.842 

Extra-Judicial Services Act. . 312,216 

Provincial Courts (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Courts Administration 
Program 



9,487,332 
909,735 
554,905 

2,867,475 
974,322 



12,400 



14,806,169 



526,058 



15,332,227 



19,396,900 
1 ,802,990 
1,043,852 
3,380,400 
1,644,572 

27,268,714 



46,126,257 



186 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XII.-MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1207 

1 


$ 

1,353,800 

82,700 

997,100 

485,800 

1,289,100 


$ 

6,000 
12,000 

330,000 


$ 

1,353,800 

88,700 

1,009,100 

485,800 

1,619,100 


ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNALS 
PROGRAM 

Assessment Review Court 


$ 
1,216,004 


2 
3 
4 

5 


Board of Negotiation 

Criminal Injuries Compensation Board 

Land Compensation Board 


73,531 

985,953 

467,699 

1 ,600,968 




Total for Administrative Tribunals 






4,208,500 


348,000 


4,556,500 


4,344.155 



Program description : 

This program provides for the operation of statutory administrative tribunals reporting to the Attorney General. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



187 



XII. -MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL- Concluded 

ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNALS PROGRAM-VOTE 1207 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Assessment Review Court (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Board of Negotiation (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Criminal Injuries Compensation Board 
(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Compensation to Victims of Crime .... 



825,411 
90,493 
123,049 
102,555 
74,496 



1,216,004 



54,942 
2,339 

14,189 

1,352 

709 



73.531 



198,319 
14,424 
15,898 
13,806 
16,626 

726,880 

985,953 



Land Compensation Board (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Ontario Municipal Board (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grant re Ontario Municipal Board 
Reports 

Total for Administrative Tribunals 
Program 



343,286 
50,105 
12,954 
43,396 
17,958 

467.699 



1,251,487 

127,553 

95.362 

52,459 

70.107 



4,000 



1,600,968 



4,344.155 



XIIL 



MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL 
RELATIONS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 1 90 

Statement of Receipts and Credits 192 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Administration 194 

Commercial Standards 196 

Technical Standards 198 

Public Entertainment Standards 200 

Property Rights 202 

Registrar General 204 

Statutory 194, 196, 202, 204 

Summary 193 



189 



190 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

XIII.-MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ $ 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 36,095 

Taxation 

Reciprocals exchange and unlicensed companies 12,132 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Land registration services 1 2,23 1 ,266 

Companies' incorporations 2,897,485 

Personal property security registration 1 ,547,042 

Elevator inspection 1 ,254.222 

Searches and certificates of birth, marriages and deaths 1 ,225,362 

Companies' annual returns 1 ,073,499 

The Securities Act 760,522 

The Insurance Act- 
Agents, brokers and adjusters 543,1 1 5 

Insurance companies 195,067 

Filing-companies 5,048 743.230 

Marriage licences 635,097 

The Real Estate and Business Brokers Act 624.554 

Boiler inspection 497,791 

Energy certificates and examinations 411 ,029 

Ontario Racing Commission 398,050 

Companies' searches, certificates and mortgages 327,903 

The Motor Vehicle Dealers Act 269. 1 52 

Pension Commission of Ontario 266. 1 1 8 

Partnership registrations and dissolutions 222,316 

Operating engineers examination 196,558 

Censorship of films 1 57.41 7 

Companies— mortmain 1 35.191 

Civil marriages 1 29.261 

Lotteries administration 104.677 

Theatres 96.276 

The Upholstered and Stuffed Articles Act 91 ,377 

Companies— extra-provincial 55.536 

The Consumer Protection Act 46,360 

Companies voluntary wind up and by-laws 42,593 

Companies' business names registration 32,280 

The Loan and Trust Corporations Act 29,700 

The Mortgage Brokers Act 27,735 

The Collection Agencies Act 1 1 .71 5 

The Consumer Reporting Act 7,710 

The Investment Contracts Act 7,127 

Registration of change of name 6,398 

Other 3,468 26,566,017 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 191 

XIII.-MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE-Continued 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ 
Fines and Penalties 

Ontario Racing Commission 5,195 

Sales 

Publications 28,478 

Miscellaneous 79,353 

Government of Canada 

Reimbursements of Expenditures- 
Subvention re statistical work 32,8 1 1 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Motor Vehicles Accident Claims Fund— administration 1,794,625 

Revenue 28,554,706 



192 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

XIII. -MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND CREDITS 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Credits 

, Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund 1 3,603,728 

Personal Property Assurance Fund 208,183 

Reserve for outstanding cheques 1,656 13,813,567 

Receipts and Credits 13,813,567 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



193 



XIIl.-MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 







1974-75 


1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 






Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


2.105,293 


Ministry Administration 


2,320,500 


2,279.965 


17,366,578 


Commercial Standards 


17,747.800 


21,110,045 


3,705,133 


Technical Standards 


4.552,100 


4,252.947 


3,492,766 


Public Entertainment Standards 


5,259,700 


5,252,241 


9,649,692 


Property Rights 


12,561,400 


12.320,188 


1,701,576 


Registrar General 
Ministry Total 


2,004,400 


1,948,152 


38,021,038 


44.445,900 


47,163,538 


9,591,750 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


8,539,000 


12,149,006 


28.429,288 


35,906,900 


35.014.532 








28,446,467 


Total Expenditure 


35,945,900 


35,056.222 


9,574,571 


Total Charges 


8,500,000 


12,107.316 


38,021,038 


44,445,900 


47.163,538 



194 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XIII. -MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1301 

1 

2 
3 


$ 

617,800 
342,900 
434,700 
515,400 
271,700 


$ 

10,100 
14,900 
24,000 

53,700 
17,300 


$ 

627.900 
357,800 
458,700 
569,100 
289,000 


MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 

Main Office 

Management Secretariat 


$ 

613,458 
353 867 




448,759 


4 


Financial Services 


558,193 


5 


Personnel Services 


283.364 




Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Reserve for Outstanding Cheques 

Total for Ministry Administration 




S 

s 

s 


2,182,500 
18,000 


120,000 


2.302,500 
18,000 


2,257,641 

18,000 

4,178 

146 




2,200,500 


120,000 


2.320,500 


2,279,965 



Program description : 

This program consists of activities representing the administrative and supporting services for the operating pro- 
grams of the Ministry. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



195 



XIII.-MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS-Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM- VOTE 1301 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payment—Consumer Association 
of Canada 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Charges 

Reserve for Outstanding Cheques 

Management Secretariat (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries. . . . 

Administrative Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



183,297 
19,755 
24,199 

321,752 
51,955 

12,500 



613,458 
18,000 

4,178 

146 



635,782 



256,107 

22,987 

7,538 

79,101 

15,601 



381,334 
27,467 



353,867 



256,362 
27,644 

126,271 
20,172 
18,310 



448,759 



Financial Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation. and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Personnel Services (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Ministry Administration 
Program 



450,587 

50,944 

1,813 

40,040 

14,809 



558,193 



212,749 

22,393 

5,765 

28,778 

13,679 



283.364 



2,279,965 



196 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XIII.-MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




and 
Item 


Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


1302 








COMMERCIAL STANDARDS 
PROGRAM 




1 


1,649,500 

324,300 

1,908,200 

1,560,900 


112,300 

105,500 
236,200 


1,761,800 

324,300 

2,013,700 

1,797,100 


Securities 


1,686,658 


2 


Pension Plans 


311,403 


3 


Financial Institutions 


1,926,667 


4 


Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund 


1,794,525 


5 


1,470,800 


115,100 


1,585,900 


Companies 


1,585,431 


6 


1,561,300 


87,200 


1,648,500 


Business Practices 


1,602,886 


7 


112,000 


4,500 


116,500 


Commercial Registration Appeal Tribunal . . . 


95,305 




8,587,000 


660,800 


9,247,800 


9,002,875 


S 


8,500,000 




8,500,000 


Payments from The Motor Vehicle 
Accident Claims Fund 


12,107,170 




Total for Commercial Standards 






17,087,000 


660,800 


17,747,800 


21,110,045 



Program description : 

This program consists of seven activities that provide for the regulation of financial and commercial affairs in 
order to maintain and strengthen a sound financial and commercial environment in designated areas for equitable 
exchanges of property and services. This is achieved through disclosure to the public of the essential elements of business 
transactions including the issuing of securities, registration and licensing of persons dealing with the public to assure a 
high degree of competence and honesty in their dealings, and examination and surveillance of the financial standing 
and practices of firms. In addition this program provides services for incorporation of companies, administration of 
The Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act in respect of the adjustment of claims and payment of damages occasioned 
by the operation of stolen, unidentified or uninsured motor vehicles, and provision for appeal hearings with respect 
to matters of licensing under various acts administered by the Ministry. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



197 



XIII.-MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS-Continued 

COMMERCIAL STANDARDS PROGRAM- VOTE 1302 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Securities (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Pension Plans (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Financial Institutions (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund 
(Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Charges 

Payments from the Motor Vehicle Accident 
Claims Fund 



1,291,957 
148,554 

31,487 
134,127 

80,533 



1,686,658 


232,776 

25,707 

4,078 

36,432 

12.410 


311,403 


1 ,434,309 
175,914 

83,252 

155,078 

78,114 


1,926.667 


548,386 

62,242 

14,828 

1,144,568 

24,501 


1,794,525 
12,107,170 


13,901,695 



Companies (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages , 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services ■ 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries. . . . 

Business Practices (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Commercial Registration Appeal Tribunal 
(Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Commercial Standards 
Program 



894,086 

96,842 

4,796 

493,412 
98,689 

1,587,825 
2,394 

1,585,431 



1,145,736 
120,402 

64,288 
179,659 

92,801 

1,602,886 



73,599 
7,365 
2,160 
9,698 
2,483 

95,305 



21,110,045 



198 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XIII.-MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Program and Activities 



Total 



Actual 



1303 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



208,600 

375,600 

1,014,900 

1,073,300 

1,116,700 

340,900 

122,500 



6,800 
27,900 
78,600 
90,900 
88,000 

7,400 



215.400 

403,500 

1,093,500 

1.164,200 

1,204,700 

340.900 

129,900 



4,252,500 



299,600 



4,552.100 



TECHNICAL STANDARDS 
PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Operating Engineers 

Boilers and Pressure Vessels 

Elevating Devices 

Energy 

Uniform Building Standards 

Upholstered and Stuffed Articles 

Total for Technic al Standards 



194.245 

348.788 

1 ,059,890 

1,129,808 

1,151,102 

239,288 

129,826 



4.252,947 



Program description: 

This program consists of six operating activities, co-ordinated by the office of the Executive Director, which are 
responsible for minimizing risk inherent in designated environmental, technical and operational situations. This goal 
is accomplished through the inspection of elevators, pressure vessels, upholstered and stuffed articles, the transmission, 
transportation, distribution and utilization of natural gas, propane and fuel oil and the issuance of licences for the 
operation of elevators and pressure vessels. The Uniform Building Standards activity is seeking to establish, through 
several advisory committees, a system of uniform buildings and fire safety standards for the Province. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



199 



XML-MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS-Continued 

TECHNICAL STANDARDS PROGRAM- VOTE 1303 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Operating Engineers (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Boilers and Pressure Vessels (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Elevating Devices (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



111,272 
1 1 ,907 

1,652 

66,225 

3,189 



194.245 



243,898 

26.469 

39,543 

29,560 

9,318 



348,788 



743,387 
98.957 
95,236 
99,335 
22.975 



1,059.890 



882.445 
96,706 
65,814 
63,437 
21,406 

1,129,808 



Energy (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Canadian Gas Association. . $ 1,000 

Underwriter's Laboratories 
of Canada 1,000 

Uniform Building Standards (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Upholstered and Stuffed Articles 
(Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Technical Standards 
Program 



828,759 
93,193 

114.366 
59,371 
53.413 



2,000 
1,151,102 



186.357 

20,724 

11,974 

10,599 

9.634 

239.288 



105,925 

9,907 

12,511 

212 

1,271 

129,826 



4,252,947 






200 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XIII.-MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1304 

1 


$ 

4,753,200 

265,600 

97,200 


$ 

113,000 

23,900 

6,800 


$ 

4,866,200 
289,500 
104,000 


PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT 
STANDARDS PROGRAM 

Regulation of Horse Racing 


$ 
4,866 074 


2 
3 


Theatres 

Lotteries 

Total for Public Entertainment 

Standards 


288,433 
97,734 




5,116,000 


143,700 


5,259,700 


5,252,241 



Program description : 

This program consists of activities representing the administration of The Racing Commission Act, The Theatres 
Act, and lotteries as outlined in the Criminal Code. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



201 



XHI.-MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS-Continued 

PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT STANDARDS PROGRAM-VOTE 1304 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Regulation of Horse Racing (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Race Tracks Tax sharing arrangement . 



Theatres (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



$ 


Lotteries (Item 3) 


$ 


542,275 


Salaries and wages 


71,931 


23,910 


Employee benefits 


8,097 


122,224 


Transportation and communication 


6,056 


162,030 


Services 


8,884 


64,067 


Supplies and equipment 

Total for Public Entertainment 


2,766 


3,951,568 


97,734 


4,866,074 






Standards Program 


5,252,241 


223,710 






35,510 






15,160 






1,195 






12,858 






288,433 





202 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XIII.-MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Program and Activities 



Total 



Actual 



1305 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 



268,500 

7,824,000 

589,100 

415,600 

1 ,940,300 



11,037,500 
20,000 



11,057,500 



4,100 

845,000 

32,400 

22.400 

600,000 



1,503,900 



1,503.900 



272.600 

8.669.000 

621.500 

438,000 

2,540,300 

12,541.400 

20.000 



12.561,400 



PROPERTY RIGHTS PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Real Property Registration 

Legal Surveys 

Property Law 

Personal Property Registration 

Crown Contributions re Judges' Plans . . . 
Total for Property Rights 



234.793 

8.668.698 

621,136 

365,683 

2,410,901 

12,301.211 

18.977 



12,320,188 



Program description: 

This program consists of four operating activities under the direction of the Executive Director. 

Registration of interests in real property, remedial programs for legal surveys, plans and descriptions and provision of 
legal services are contained in this program. The Personal Property Registration System activity deals with the registra- 
tion of conditional sale contracts, chattel mortages and other similar documents wherein personal property is pledged 
as security for a debt. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



203 



XIII.-MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS-Continued 

PROPERTY RIGHTS PROGRAM-VOTE 1305 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Crown Contributions re Judges' Plans . . . 

Real Property Registration (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries. . 

Legal Surveys (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



99,295 

11,983 

12,298 

104,073 

7.144 

234,793 
18,977 

253,770 



6,735,688 
766,042 
213,433 
209,327 

839,752 



8,764,242 
95,544 

8,668,698 



507,273 
54,104 
19,417 
12,182 
28,160 

621,136 



Property Law (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Personal Property Registration 
(Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Total for Property Rights Program 



207,937 
21,579 
1 1 ,986 

110,085 
14,096 

365,683 



740,666 

74,887 

57,711 

1,435,813 

101,824 



2,410,901 



12,320,1! 



204 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XNI.-M1N1STRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 






VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1306 

1 


$ 
1,818,000 


$ 
185,400 


$ 
2,003,400 


REGISTRAR GENERAL PROGRAM 

Registrar General 

Fees under The Vital Statistics Act 


$ 
1,947,617 


s 


1,818,000 
1,000 


185,400 


2,003,400 
1,000 


1,947,617 
535 




Total for Registrar General 






1,819,000 


185,400 


2,004,400 


1,948,152 









Program description: 

This program provides for the administration of The Marriage Act and for the collection and custody of all records 
required under The Vital Statistics Act and supplies information and statistics to interested parties as provided for in 
the Act. The services are administration, issuance of certificates, recording of vital events and provision of statistical 
data. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



205 



XIII.-MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS-Concluded 

REGISTRAR GENERAL PROGRAM-VOTE 1306 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Registrar General (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Fees under The Vital Statistics Act. . 

Total for Registrar General 
Program 



1.456.081 
153,891 
67.267 
121,427 
148,951 

1,947,617 

535 



1.948,152 



XIV 



MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 208 

Statement of Receipts and Credits 209 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Administration 211 

Rehabilitation of Adult Offenders 213 

Rehabilitation of Juveniles 215 

Statutory 211 

Summary 210 



207 



208 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

XIV.-MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 98,610 

Sales 

Inmate industrial sales 2,464,508 

Facilities 

Perquisites 345,043 

Inmate maintenance 108,610 453,653 

Miscellaneous 3, 1 48 

Government of Canada 

Reimbursements of Expenditures- 
Persons held for deportation 225,925 

Special allowances 363,176 589,101 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Municipal Governments— Lock-up fees 21,744 

Revenue 3,630,764 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 209 

XIV.-MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND CREDITS 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ 
Credits 

Unclaimed monies 1 ,704 

Reserve for outstanding cheques 2, 1 56 

Receipts and Credits 3,860 



210 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XIV.-MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 







1974-75 


1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 






Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


4,358,564 


Ministry Administration 


6,238,800 


6,133,300 


55,877.517 


Rehabilitation of Adult Offenders 


65,923,100 


65,440,307 


26,089,976 


Rehabilitation of Juveniles 
Ministry Total 


31.395,700 


30,663,876 


86,326,057 


103,557,600 


102,237.483 


15,746 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


18,000 


18,038 


86,310,311 


103.539,600 


102,219,445 








86,326,051 


Total Expenditure 


103,557,600 


102.237,445 


6 


Total Charges 




38 


86,326,057 


103.557,600 


102,237,483 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



211 



XIV.-MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1401 

1 


$ 

416,900 
298,500 
665,800 

1,746,200 
841,900 

1,011,600 
392,100 


$ 

62,000 

68,000 

190,000 

340,300 

183,000 

4,500 


$ 

478,900 

298,500 

733,800 

1,936,200 

1,182,200 

1,194,600 

396,600 


MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 


$ 
458,377 


2 


Health Care Services 


230,231 


3 
4 
5 


Planning and Support Services 

Administrative and Financial Services 

Personnel Services 


733,144 
1,935,352 
1,182,155 


6 

7 


Staff Training and Development 

Information Services 


1,194,580 
381,423 




Minister's Salary 

Reserve for Outstanding Cheques 




S 

s 


5,373,000 
18,000 


847,800 


6,220,800 
18,000 


6,115,262 
18,000 

38 




Total for Ministry Administration 






5,391,000 


847,800 


6,238,800 


6,133,300 



Program description : 

This program consists of a number of activities supplying administrative and support services for the operating 
programs. As well as the normal supporting activities, the program includes the Minister's Advisory Council on the 
Treatment of the Offender. 



212 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XIV.-MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES-Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM -VOTE 1401 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



General Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Minister's Salary 



Health Care Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Planning and Support Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grant to Centre of Criminology, 

University of Ottawa 



Administrative and Financial Services 
(Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Charges 

Reserve for outstanding cheques. 



310.446 
35,329 
36.341 
61.396 
14,865 



458.377 
18.000 



476,377 



160.668 

17.568 

10,968 

34.518 

6.509 



230.231 



411.436 
28,411 
15.402 

215.331 
27,564 



35,000 



733.144 



1,193,731 

278,751 

71.316 

257,956 

133,598 

1,935,352 



38 



1,935,390 



Personnel Services (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Staff Training and Development 
(Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Bursary Grants $ 4,000 

Bursaries to Indian Students 23.795 



Information Services (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Total for Ministry Administration 
Program 



430,204 
42,804 

645,222 
41.680 
22,245 

1,182.155 



662.838 

52.338 

166.475 

221,434 

63,700 



27,795 



1.194,580 



238,821 
19,988 
12,319 
10,765 
99,530 

381,423 



6,133,300 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



213 



XIV.— MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1402 

1 


$ 

2,511,600 

50,911,200 

245,300 

6,674,900 


$ 

273,100 

5,126,000 

20,000 

161,000 


$ 

2,784,700 

56,037,200 

265,300 

6,835,900 


REHABILITATION OF ADULT 
OFFENDERS PROGRAM 

General Administration 


$ 

2,768,233 

55,644,004 
256 369 


2 
3 


Care, Treatment and Training of Adult 

Offenders 

Ontario Board of Parole 


4 


Community Services— Adults 

Total for Rehabilitation of Adult 

Offenders 


6,771,701 




60,343,000 


5,580,100 


65,923,100 


65,440,307 



Program description : 

This program consists of activities supplying administrative, care, treatment and training services for the rehabilita- 
tion of adult offenders. 



214 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XIV.-MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES-Continued 

REHABILITATION OF ADULT OFFENDERS PROGRAM— VOTE 1402 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



General Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grant to Prison Arts Foundation 



Ontario Board of Parole (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



2,246,867 

220,219 

147,077 

102,299 

46,771 

5,000 

2.768,233 



Care, Treatment and Training of 
Adult Offenders (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 36,963,131 

Employee benefits 3.588,41 1 

Transportation and communication 565,618 

Services 2.563,225 

Supplies and equipment 10,816.492 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets. . . 876.227 
Transfer payments 

Grants to Compensate for Municipal 

Taxation Adult Institutions 270.900 



55.644.004 



201.898 
20.784 
16,648 
14,516 

2,523 

256,369 



Community Services— Adults (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grants to After-Care Agencies 

Salvation Army $ 47,000 

John Howard Society- 
Ontario 43,000 

Elizabeth Fry Societies . . . 30,000 

AY Alienated Youth of 

Canada 5,000 

Fortune Society of Canada. . 3,000 

Committee on Ontario Native 

Organizations 6,500 

Assistance to Inmates 

Rehabilitation Assistance. . . 26,277 

Compassionate Allowances 
to Permanently Handi- 
capped Inmates (paid as 
directed by the Lieutenant 
Governor in Council). . . . 9,702 



5.428,564 

594,295 

340,961 

53,318 

184,084 



170,479 



Total for Rehabilitation of Adult 
Offenders Program 



6.771.701 



65.440.307 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



215 



XIV.-MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1403 

1 


$ 

3,246,000 

21,033,500 

5,255,500 


$ 

282,000 

1,088,700 

490,000 


$ 

3,528,000 

22,122,200 

5,745,500 


REHABILITATION OF JUVENILES 
PROGRAM 

General Administration 


$ 
3,455,703 


2 
3 


Care, Treatment and Training of Juveniles. . . 

Community Services— Juveniles 

Total for Rehabilitation of Juveniles 


21,462,700 

5,745,473 




29,535,000 


1,860,700 


31,395,700 


30,663,876 



Program description: 

This program comprises activities supplying administrative, care, treatment and training services for the rehabilita- 
tion of juveniles. 



216 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XIV.-MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES-Concluded 

REHABILITATION OF JUVENILES PROGRAM-VOTE 1403 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



General Administration (Item i; 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grant to St. John's School 



1,078,684 
129,654 
65,882 
25,640 
21.543 

2,134,300 

3,455,703 



Care, Treatment and Training of Juveniles 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 13,508,632 

Employee benefits 1 ,407,264 

Transportation and communication 410,086 

Services 2,599,515 

Supplies and equipment 3,248,261 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets. . . 227,442 
Transfer payments 

Grants to Compensate for Municipal 

Taxation— Training Schools 61 ,500 



21,462.700 



Community Services— Juveniles (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 
Assistance to Wards 

Compassionate Allowances to Perma- 
nently Handicapped Wards (paid as 
directed by the Lieutenant Governor 

in Council) $ 4,448 

To Non-Commercial 
Institution Transition 
House Incorporated — 8,000 



3.556,042 
336.972 
390,033 

1,282,212 
167,766 



Total for Rehabilitation of Juveniles 
Program 



12,448 



5.745.473 



30,663.876 



XV 



MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL 



FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 218 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Administration 220 

Public Safety 222 

Supervision of Police Forces 224 

Ontario Provincial Police: 

Administration 226 

Criminal and General Law Enforcement 228 

Traffic Law Enforcement 230 

Statutory 220, 224 

Summary 219 



217 



218 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

XV.-MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 1 10,399 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Policing municipalities 681,586 

Private investigators and security guards 271,804 

Centre of Forensic Sciences 4,292 

Fire Marshal's Office 1,983 959,665 

Sales 22,212 

Facilities 

Perquisites 328,275 

Other 822 329,097 

Miscellaneous 92,054 

Government of Canada 

Reimbursements of Expenditures- 
Emergency measures 492,882 

Revenue 2,006,309 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



219 



XV.-MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


724,812 


Ministry Administration 


840,000 


820,376 


7,735,474 


Public Safety 


9,167,000 


8,888,929 


3,065,493 


Supervision of Police Forces 
Ontario Provincial Police 


4,167,000 


4,085,020 


2,922,422 


Administration 


4,237,000 


3,953,826 


39,774,319 


Criminal and General Law Enforcement 


47,171,000 


46,440,746 


36,189,923 


Traffic Law Enforcement 
Ministry Total 


41,832,000 


41,291,400 


90,412,443 


107,414,000 


105,480,297 


26,333 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


29,000 


19,325 


90,386,110 


107,385,000 


105,460,972 








90,412,443 


Total Expenditure 


107,414,000 


105,480,297 



220 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XV.-MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 






VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1501 

1 


$ 

275,200 
546,800 


$ 


$ 

275,200 
546,800 


MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 

Main Office 


$ 
269,182 


2 


Ministry Office Secretariat 


533,422 




Minister's Salary 

Total for Ministry Administration 




S 


822,000 
18,000 




822,000 
18,000 


802,604 

17.772 




840,000 




840,000 


820,376 



Program description : 

This program provides leadership and direction in coordinating the affairs of the Ministry. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



221 



XV.-MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL-Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 1501 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



269.182 

17,772 



286,954 



Main Office (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 1 73.449 

Employee benefits 1 3. 1 70 

Transportation and communication 43,456 

Services 1 4,672 

Supplies and equipment 24,435 

Minister's Salary 

Ministry Office Secretariat (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 22 1 ,0 1 7 

Employee benefits 1 8,354 

Transportation and communication 9,665 

Services 262,577 

Supplies and equipment 21 ,809 

Total for Ministry Administration 

Program 820,376 



533,422 



222 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XV.-MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL- Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


1502 








PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM 




1 


180,000 




180,000 


Program Administration 


170,426 


2 


1,696,000 
1,542,600 
1,941,500 
3,423,400 




1,696,000 
1,542,600 
2,085 500 


Centre of Forensic Sciences 


1,633,866 


3 




Emergency Measures 


1,463,873 


4 


144 000 


Fire Safety Services 


2,085,469 


5 




3,423,400 


Coroners' Investigations and Inquests 


3,337,462 


6 


239,500 




239,500 


Forensic Pathology 


197,833 




Total for Public Safety 






9,023,000 


144,000 


9,167,000 


8,888,929 









Program description : 

This program is concerned with eliminating or minimizing hazards to human life and property. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



223 



XV.-MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL-Continued 

PUBLIC SAFETY PROG RAM -VOTE 1502 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grant to St. John Ambulance 

Association $ 50,000 

Grant to Ontario Society for 

the Prevention of Cruelty to 

Animals 50,000 

Centre of Forensic Sciences (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Emergency Measures (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Municipal Projects 



57.006 
3.921 
3.893 
2.559 
3.047 



100,000 
1 70.426 



1.282.836 

121,230 

59,183 

29,061 

141.556 



1.633.866 



421,958 


41.514 


17.156 


1 5,949 


23.262 


944,034 


1.463.873 



Fire Safety Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Fire Prevention Association 

Coroners' Investigations and Inquests 
(Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Forensic Pathology (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Public Safety Program. . 



1.503.940 
140.438 
176.656 
133.429 
126.500 

4,506 

2,085.469 



376.240 
32.895 
35.949 

2,845.395 
46.983 

3,337.462 



135.684 

6.187 

4.355 

37.473 

14.134 

197.833 

8,888,929 



224 



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STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1503 

1 
2 


$ 

2,409,000 

1,414,600 

76,400 


$ 
256,000 


$ 

2,409,000 

1,670,600 

76,400 


SUPERVISION OF POLICE FORCES 
PROGRAM 

Ontario Police Commission 

Police Training 


$ 

2,407,000 
1,633,313 


3 


Ontario Police Arbitration Commission 

Hearings under The Police Act 

Payments under The Ministry of Treasury, 
Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs 
Act 

Total for Supervision of Police Forces. . . . 


43,154 


S 
S 


3,900,000 

1,000 

10,000 


256,000 


4,156,000 

1,000 

10,000 


4,083,467 
1,553 




3,911,000 


256,000 


4,167,000 


4,085,020 



Program description : 

This program is designed to promote maximum efficiency of police forces in Ontario through advisory services, 
crime intelligence, police training, disciplinary procedures and support to the police arbitration system. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



225 



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SUPERVISION OF POLICE FORCES PROGRAM-VOTE 1503 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Ontario Police Commission (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Regional and Municipal Police 

Forces $ 625,072 

Association of Municipal Police 

Governing Authorities 2,000 

Canadian Association of Chiefs 

of Police 5,000 

Hearings under The Police Act 



946.935 
66.735 
66,901 

565,753 
128,604 



632,072 



2,407,000 
1,553 



2,408,553 



Police Training (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Ontario Police Arbitration Commission 
(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportion and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Supervision of Police Forces 
Program 



878,922 
78,547 
119,620 
166,645 

389.579 



1.633.313 



10,771 

886 

6.761 

22,772 
1.964 



43.154 



4,085,020 



226 



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XV.-MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



1504 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



1,177,900 
673,000 
299,700 
596,000 
103,000 
381,600 
99,000 
337,700 
275,100 



3,943,000 



107,000 
15,000 
49,000 
56,000 
12,000 
28,000 



27,000 



1,284,900 
688,000 
348,700 
652,000 
115,000 
409,600 
99,000 
337,700 
302,100 



294,000 



4,237,000 



ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Administration 

Financial Management 

Staff Inspection 

In-Service Training 

Properties 

Personnel 

Ontario Provincial Police Auxiliary 

Planning and Research 

Safety and Information 

Total for Administration 



1,239,647 
686,171 
329,572 
514,438 
112,037 
399,439 
86,644 
302,860 
283,018 



3,953,826 



Program description : 

Within this program, supervisory, financial, administrative and other support services are provided for the operations 
of the Force. 



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227 



XV.-MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL-Continued 

ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 1504 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Financial Management (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Staff Inspection (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

In-Service Training (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Properties (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Supplies and equipment 



1,007,507 

87,368 

29,070 

115,211 

491 



1.239.647 



445,975 
50,104 
33.269 

112,982 
43.841 



686,171 



291.268 
24.246 
14.058 



329.57: 



231.622 

22.172 

19.437 

206.281 

34.926 



514.438 



96.798 
9.676 
4.993 

570 

112.037 



Personnel (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Ontario Provincial Police Auxiliary 
(Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Planning and Research (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Safety and Information (Item 9) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Total for Administration Program . 



347,316 

33.630 

6,946 

9,247 

2.300 



399.439 



30.165 
3.217 

36,462 
1,564 

15,236 



86.644 



267,587 


12,961 


9,101 


13.183 


28 



302,860 



157,413 
18,202 
13,824 
48,117 

45,462 



283,01! 



3,953,826 



228 



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XV.-MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


1505 








ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE 

CRIMINAL AND GENERAL LAW 
ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM 




1 


3 792 000 


435 000 


4 227 000 


Special Services 


4.073. 59S 


2 


4.397,400 


360,000 


4.757,400 


Transport 


4.696,206 


3 


2.303,400 


269.000 


2.572,400 


Communications 


2.535.327 


4 


79"> 200 


">3 000 


815 ?00 


Quartermaster Stores 


795.356 


5 


748,500 


13.000 


761.500 


Records 


737,820 


6 


129.800 


7.000 


136.800 


Data Processing 


129.736 


7 


27.587,700 


3.036.000 


30.623.700 


Law Enforcement — Uniform 


30.265,789 


8 


1 .826.000 


231.000 


2,057,000 


Law Enforcement Civilian 


2,024,174 


9 


909.600 




909,600 


Ontario Government Protective Service 


877,954 


10 


269,400 


41,000 


310.400 


Registration 

Total for Criminal and General Law 
Enforcement 


304,789 




42.756,000 


4,415,000 


47.171,000 


46,440,746 



Program description: 

The functions of this program include the performance of all duties and services in relation to the preservation of 
peace; prevention of crime and of offences against the laws in force in Ontario and the criminal laws of Canada; and 
apprehension of criminals and offenders who may be lawfully taken into custody. The costs of Field Staff and Support 
Services are allocated to this program on the basis of workload experience. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



229 






XV.-MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL-Continued 

CRIMINAL AND GENERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM— VOTE 1505 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 






Special Services (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 
Supplies and equipment 

Transport (Item (2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Communications (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Quartermaster Stores (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Records (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



3,445,265 
289,159 
306,019 

33,152 

4,073,595 



506,295 

51,458 

7,126 

1,089,433 

3,041,894 

4,696,206 



1,685,279 

167,565 

425,293 

162,067 

95,123 

2,535,327 



66,847 

7,351 

20,274 

4,178 

696,706 

795,356 



545,972 

53,342 

2,928 

28,512 

107,066 

737,820 



Data Processing (Item 6) $ 

Salaries and wages 86,859 

Employee benefits 9,960 

Services 29,437 

Supplies and equipment 3,480 

129,736 

Law Enforcement— Uniform (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 26,61 3,941 

Employee benefits 2,563,553 

Transportation and communication 674,002 

Services 93,380 

Supplies and equipment 320,91 3 

30,265,789 

Law Enforcement— Civilian (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages 1,845,354 

Employee benefits 1 78,820 

2,024,174 

Ontario Government Protective Service 
(Item 9) 

Salaries and wages 774,203 

Employee benefits 79,423 

Supplies and equipment 24,328 

877,954 

Registration (Item 10) 

Salaries and wages 273,691 

Employee benefits 25,539 

Transportation and communication 3,715 

Supplies and equipment 1 ,844 

304,789 

Total for Criminal and General Law 

Enforcement Program 46,440,746 



230 



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XV.— MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


1506 








ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE 

TRAFFIC LAW ENFORCEMENT 
PROGRAM 




1 


107,000 




107,000 


Aerial Surveillance 


106,984 


2 


4,397,400 


360,000 


4,757,400 


Transport 


4,696,209 


3 


2,303,400 


269,000 


2,572,400 


Communications 


2,535,328 


4 


792 200 


23 000 


815 200 


Quartermaster Stores 


795,356 


5 


748,500 


12,000 


760,500 


Records 


737,820 


6 


129,800 


8,000 


1 37,800 


Data Processing 


129,736 


7 


27,587,700 
1,826,000 


3,037,000 
231,000 


30,624,700 
2,057,000 


Law Enforcement— Uniform 


30,265,792 


8 


Law Enforcement— Civilian 

Total for Traffic Law Enforcement 


2,024,175 




37,892,000 


3,940,000 


41,832,000 


41,291,400 



Program description : 

The functions of this program include operation of highway patrols, investigation of accidents, and enforcement 
of those laws enacted to promote safe travelling conditions on highways within Ontario. The costs of Field Staff and 
Support Services are allocated to this program on the basis of workload experience. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



231 



XV. -MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL-Concluded 
TRAFFIC LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM-VOTE 1506 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Aerial Surveillance (Item 1 ) 
Services 

Transport (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Communications (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Quartermaster Stores (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Records (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



$ 
106.984 



106.9X4 



506.296 


51.458 


7.127 


1.089.433 


3.041.895 


4.696.209 



1.685.279 

167.565 

425.294 

162.067 

95.123 

2.535,328 



66.848 
7.351 

20,274 

4.178 

696,705 

795.356 



545,972 

53,342 

2,927 

28,513 

107,066 

737,820 



Data Processing (Item 6) $ 

Salaries and wages 86.859 

Employee benefits 9.960 

Transportation and communication 

Services 29.436 

Supplies and equipment 3.481 

129.736 

Law Enforcement — Uniform (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 26.61 3.942 

Employee benefits 2.563.553 

Transportation and communication 674,002 

Services 93.380 

Supplies and equipment 320.91 5 

30.265,792 

Law Enforcement — Civilian (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages 1 .845.354 

Employee benefits 1 78.82 1 

2.024.175 

Total for Traffic Law Enforcement 

Program 41.291.400 



XVI. 



RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT POLICY 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Statement of Expenditure 

Resources Development Policy 235 

Statutory 235 

Summary 234 



233 



234 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XVI. -RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT POLICY 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 
349,689 


Resources Development Policy 

Total for Resources Development Policy 
Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total Expenditure 


$ 
534,500 


$ 
531,715 


349,689 

15,740 


534,500 
18,000 


531,715 
18,000 


333,949 


516,500 


513,715 


349,689 


534,500 


531,715 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



235 



XVI.-RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT POLICY-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1601 

1 


$ 
486,500 


$ 
30,000 


$ 
516,500 


RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT POLICY 
PROGRAM 

Resources Development Policy 

Ministers Salary 


$ 
513,715 


s 


486,500 
18,000 


30,000 


516,500 
18,000 


513,715 
18,000 




Total for Resources Development Policy. 






504,500 


30,000 


534,500 


531,715 



Program description : 

This Cabinet Committee, chaired by the Provincial Secretary for Resources Development, is responsible for the 
development and coordination of policy recommendations within the Resources Development field. 



236 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XV I. -RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT POLICY -Concluded 

RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT POLICY PROGRAM-VOTE 1601 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



■ Resources Development Policy (Item I) $ 

Salaries and wages 289,401 

Employee benefits 24,371 

Transportation and communication 41,866 

Services 1 2 1 ,788 

Supplies and equipment 36,289 

Minister's Salary 

Total k>r Resources Development 

Policy Program 531.715 



513,715 
18,000 



XVII, 



MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 238 

Statement of Receipts and Credits 239 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Administration 241 

Agricultural Production 243 

Rural Development 246 

Agricultural Marketing 248 

Agricultural Education and Research 250 

Statutory 241 , 243 

Summary 240 



237 



238 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XVII.-MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

Guaranteed bank loan programs 759,583 

Farm Tax Reduction program 214,039 

Feeding research revolving fund 161,791 

University of Guelph research and service projects 62,005 

Other 94,014 1,291,432 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Dairy Herd Improvement Association 366,950 

Central testing of milk for milk producers and processors 326,509 

Veterinary services under various programs 270,759 

Farm products inspection certificates 175,715 

Tuition at colleges of agricultural technology 169,21 1 

Other 99,483 1,408,627 

Public Domain 

Leasing of Crown Lands 732,223 

Sales— Land and Buildings 

Agricultural rehabilitation and development property 1,126,431 

Sales— Other 

Livestock 206,946 

Logs 148,290 

Produce 132,203 

Publications 18,535 

Other 14,202 520,176 

Facilities 

Agricultural research and educational institutions 408,575 

Miscellaneous 

Contributions from veterinary assisted designated areas 26,059 

Other 30,186 56,245 



Government of Canada 

Reimbursements of Expenditures- 
Agricultural rehabilitation and development project costs 6,584,834 

Subsidization of crop insurance premiums 3,948,580 

Agricultural manpower 1 39,820 

Rabies indemnity 79,537 

4H club work 57,684 

International Joint Commission on Great Lakes Water Purification 24,972 

Other 33,870 

Revenue 



10,869,297 



16,413,006 






PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 239 

XVII.-MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND CREDITS 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Receipts 

Sundry municipalities re tile drainage 4,048,439 

Sundry co-operative associations 293,664 4,342,103 



Credits 

Bequests and scholarships 3,185 

Reserve for outstanding cheques 249 3,434 



Receipts and Credits 4,345,537 



240 



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XVII. -MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 







1974-75 


1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 






Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


2,911,684 


Ministry Administration 


3,604,000 


3,468,441 


71,841,522 


Agricultural Production 


78,155,000 


84,124,880 


14,397,070 


Rural Development 


14,827,000 


12,907,665 


8,682,159 


Agricultural Marketing 


8,531,000 


8,267,377 


15,101,152 


Agricultural Education and Research 
Ministry Total 


16,674,000 


16,493,336 


112,933,587 


121,791,000 


125,261,699 


10,624,969 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


8,596,000 


16,437,661 


102,308,618 


113,195,000 


108,824,038 








104,669,087 


Total Expenditure 


116,291,000 


112,691,341 


8,264,500 


Total Disbursements 


5,500,000 


12,568,400 




Total Charges 




1,958 


112,933,587 


121,791,000 


125,261,699 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



241 



XVII. -MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1701 

1 
2 


$ 

560,800 

1,304,400 

141,300 

270,000 

1,103,500 


$ 

122,000 
12,000 
67,000 


$ 

682,800 

1,304,400 

153,300 

270,000 

1,170,500 


MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 

Main Office 

Information Services 


$ 

682,746 
1,208,579 


3 


Legal Services 


151,567 


4 


Personnel Services 


265,270 


5 


Financial and Administrative Services 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Total for Ministry Administration 


1,137,279 


S 
S 


3,380,000 

18,000 

5,000 


201,000 


3,581,000 

18,000 

5,000 


3,445,441 

18,000 

5,000 




3,403,000 


201,000 


3,604,000 


3,468,441 



Program description : 

This program consists of a number of activities supplying administration and support services for the operating 
programs. 



242 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XVII.-MINISTRY OK AGRICULTURE AND FOOD -Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 1701 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Main Office (Item I) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Information Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Legal Services (Item 3) 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



404,582 
120,850 
38,696 
68,556 
50,062 



682,746 



18.000 
5.000 



705,746 



653.614 
63,980 
62,597 
93.490 

334,898 



1,208.579 



527 

148,994 

2,046 



151,567 



Personnel Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Financial and Administrative Services 
(Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Ministry Administration 

Program 



172.878 

16,741 

11,142 

57,824 

6,685 

265,270 



650,431 

67,982 

136.414 

211,676 

70.776 

1,137,279 



3,468,441 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



243 



XVII. -MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 

Item 



Appropndtions 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



1702 

1 

2 
3 
4 

S 
S 



152,900 

13,990,200 

1,157,900 

53,641,000 



68,942,000 



3,173,000 



5,400,000 



77,515,000 



280,000 

25,000 

335,000 



640,000 



640,000 



152,900 

14,270,200 

1,182,900 

53,976,000 



69,582,000 



3,173,000 



5,400,000 



78,155,000 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION 
PROGRAM 

Administration 

Advisory Services 

Crop Insurance 

Assistance to Primary Food Production 

Payment of Guarantees 

Subsidy payments to The Ontario Crop 
Insurance Fund 

Richard Blake Palmer Trust Fund 

Tile Drainage Debentures (The Tile Drainage 
Act) 

Total for Agricultural Production 



132,480 

14,007,066 

1,149,538 

52,421,135 

67,710,219 

35,690 

3,868,613 
1,958 

12,508,400 



84,124,880 



Program description : 

The functions of this program are to provide by personal contact through extension work, the means of increasing 
farmer technical knowledge and implementation of continuing research in such areas as livestock, soils and crops, 
disease control, etc. The young farm population, both male and female, is also reached through Junior Farmer and 4H 
activities. Crop Insurance is available to producers. 



244 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XVII.-MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD -Continued 

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION PROGRAM -VOTE 1702 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer Payments 

Entomological Society 

Payment of Guarantees: Payment to chartered 
banks re guaranteed loan programs 



Advisory Services (Item 2) 
Agricultural and Horticultural Societies 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Agricultural and Horti- 
cultural Societies $ 575,992 

Ontario Association of 

Agricultural Societies. . . . 350 

Ontario Horticultural 

Association 325 

International Plowing Match 1,500 

Grants for Plowing Matches 5,124 



Agricultural Manpower 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Extension 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grants and achievement 

awards $ 39,519 

Canadian Council on 4H 

Clubs 7,480 

Junior Farmers' Association 

of Ontario 4,500 



75,764 
8,103 

43,863 

4,080 

370 

300 

132.4X0 

35,690 



168,170 



169.021 
21,222 
41,152 
80,486 
15,618 



583,291 



910,790 



92.319 

9.124 

72.506 

4.632 

6.836 



185.417 



4,074,736 
428,416 
500,160 
447,162 
360,024 



51,499 



5,861,997 



Home Economics 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grants and achievement awards. 



Livestock 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Ontario Beef Cattle Per- 
formance Association .... $ 500 
Ontario Provincial Council 

of Rabbit Clubs 100 

Ontario Sheep Breeders' 

Association 500 

Ontario Swine Breeders' 

Association 500 

Ontario Pork Industry 

Council 500 



Soils and Crops 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement 
Association 



Veterinary 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Ontario Fur Breeders' Association Inc. 



868.415 
107.366 
173.811 
34.647 

58.657 

53.421 
1,296.317 



1.320,018 
138,956 
218,348 
156,026 
328.600 



2,100 



2,164,048 



829.808 

91.554 

183,716 

258.178 

66.428 



5.000 



1 .434.684 



1.288,128 
129.559 
106,752 
378,495 
245,879 

5.000 

2,153.813 

14,007,066 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



245 



XVII.-MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD -Continued 

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION PROGRAM -VOTE 1702 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Crop Insurance (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Subsidy payments to The Ontario Crop 
Insurance Fund The Crop Insurance 
Act (Ontario) 



Assistance to Primary Food 
Production (Item 4) 

Transfer payments 

Agricultural Development in Northern 

Ontario 

Elite Seed Potatoes Program 

Farm Tax Reduction Program 

Grants for Capital Purposes in Farm 

Development 

Grants and subsidies re livestock 

Grants under The Drainage Act 

Housing for seasonal workers 

Hunter Damage Compensation 

Organization and special projects of The 

Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement 

Association 

Rabies Indemnities 

Subsidies on transportation of agricultural 

limestone 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment 

Loan Corporation Deficit for 1974-75. . . 

Disbursements 
Loans in accordance with The Co-operative 
Loans Act 



409,619 
39,382 
34,493 

573.792 
92,252 



1,149,538 



3,868,613 



5,018,151 



236.478 

8,637 

27,993,304 

16,539,984 

179,633 

2,899,998 

264,598 

23,077 



31,877 
184,392 



59,797 
3,939,360 



60,000 



52.421.135 



Statutory Appropriation 

Disbursements 

Tile Drainage Debentures (The Tile Drain- 
age Act) 

Charges 

Bequests and Scholarships 

Richard Blake Palmer Trust Fund 



Total for Agricultural Production 
Program 



12,508.400 



1,958 



64,931,493 



84,124,880 



246 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XVII.-MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD -Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1703 

1 


$ 
14,827,000 


$ 


$ 
14,827,000 


RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development. 
Total for Rural Development 


$ 
12,907,665 




14,827,000 




14,827,000 


12,907,665 









Program description : 

The function of this program is the development of rural areas by means of farm adjustment, rehabilitation and 
resource development, to improve employment opportunities and income. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



247 



XVII. -MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD-Continued 

RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM-VOTE 1703 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the vear ended March 31, 1975 



Agricultural Rehabilitation and 
Development (Item 1) 

Administration 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



$ 


Project Costs 


$ 


Salaries and wages 


1,699,700 




Employee benefits 


66,362 




Transportation and communication 


55,772 


358,468 


Services 


591,136 


51,843 


Supplies and equipment 


1,202,775 


19,909 


Acquisition/Construction of Physical Assets. 


1 ,448,095 


37,504 


Transfer payments 




11,848 


Agricultural Drainage, Rural Water 
Supply, Rehabilitation, Alternative 








479,572 


Employment Opportunities, etc 

Other transactions 

Municipal Taxes on A.R.D.A. owned 


6,964,605 








property 

Total for Rural Development 


399,648 




12,428,093 








Program 


12,907,665 



248 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XVII.-MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1704 

1 


$ 

150,000 
2,142,800 
5,888,200 


$ 
350,000 


$ 

150,000 
2,142,800 
6,238,200 


AGRICULTURAL MARKETING 
PROGRAM 


$ 
147,738 


2 
3 


Marketing 

Quality Control of Agricultural Products .... 
Total for Agricultural Marketing 


2,031,871 
6,087,768 




8,181,000 


350,000 


8,531,000 


8,267,377 



Program description : 

This program includes the administration of legislation and regulations dealing with the collective marketing of 
farm products by agricultural producers, the inspection and quality control of agricultural products marketed in Ontario, 
and market research and promotion of Ontario farm products both on domestic and foreign markets. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



249 



XVII.-MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD-Continued 

AGRICULTURAL MARKETING PROGRAM-VOTE 1704 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Canadian Horticultural 

Council $ 2,400 

Ottawa Winter Fair 20,000 

Prince of Wales Prize 250 

Royal Winter Fair 50,000 

South Western Ontario 
Livestock Producers' 
Association 300 



Marketing (Item 2) 

Farm Products Marketing 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Milk Commission Policy 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Milk Industry -Marketing 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Central Ontario Cheesemakers Association 



52,216 

5,432 

16,783 

311 

46 



72,950 



147,738 



112,761 

11.676 

6.580 

40.221 

6,188 

177.426 



109.215 

11.255 

22,520 

71.071 

4.751 



218.812 



668.918 
81.550 
60.514 
88,770 

161,445 

200 
1,061,397 



Ontario Food Market Development 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication .... 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Market Development 



Quality Control of Agricultural Products 
(Item 3) 

Farm Products Inspection 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grants to Apiarists 

Milk Industry — Regulatory 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation-and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Veterinary Services— Regulatory 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Agricultural Marketing 
Program 



332,083 
42,629 
80,770 
67,163 
21,945 

29,646 

574,236 
2,031,871 



808,578 
59,382 

114.370 
70.162 
37.366 

679 

1.090.537 



1,050.119 
105.926 

157,273 
500,427 
110,578 

1.924.323 



2.214,947 
223,107 
261.610 
272.243 
101,001 

3.072.908 

6.087.768 



.267.377 



250 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XVII.-MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD- Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1705 

1 
2 
3 


$ 

452,000 

3,119,600 

12,897,400 


$ 

140,000 
65,000 


$ 

452,000 

3,259,600 

12,962,400 


AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION AND 
RESEARCH PROGRAM 

Administration 

Education 

Research 

Total for Agricultural Education and 
Research 


$ 

447,185 

3,188,859 

12,857,292 




16,469,000 


205,000 


16,674,000 


16,493,336 



Program description : 

This program includes education at the diploma level in Agriculture at Kemptville, Centralia, Ridgetown and New 
Liskeard Colleges of Agricultural Technology and at the University of Guelph. This program also includes numerous 
short courses and correspondence courses in various phases of Agriculture. A diploma course in Home Economics is 
also provided at Kemptville and Centralia. Essential research information related to Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine 
is provided through the Horticultural Research Institute of Ontario at Vineland ; Kemptville, Ridgetown and New 
Liskeard Colleges; the Pesticides Residue Testing Laboratory, and also at the University of Guelph under contract. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



251 



XVII. -MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD-Concluded 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH PROGRAM-VOTE 1705 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Education (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 
College "Royals" 



81,400 
28,533 
23,480 
145,505 
168,267 



447,185 



1,279,614 
142,713 
82,304 

1,412,750 
271,078 

400 

3,188,859 



Research (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Agricultural Economics Research Council 



Total for Agricultural Education 
and Research Program 



($) 

3,256,406 
365,648 
150,790 

8,352,542 
724,406 

7,500 

12,857,292 



16,493,336 



XVIII. 



MINISTRY OF ENERGY 



FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 254 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Administration 256 

Energy Policy 258 

Ontario Energy Board 260 

Ontario Energy Corporation 262 

Statutory 256, 262 

Summary 255 



253 



254 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

XVIII. -MINISTRY OF ENERGY 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ 
Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 3,232 

Miscellaneous 1 59 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Approval, filing and hearing costs 591 ,696 

Revenue 595,087 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



255 



XVIII.-MINISTRY OF ENERGY 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 
324,123 
583,467 
711,367 


Ministry Administration 
Energy Policy 
Ontario Energy Board 
Ontario Energy Corporation 

Ministry Total 

Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total Expenditure 
Total Disbursements 


$ 

510,000 

943,000 

1,020,000 

100,000,000 


$ 

501,105 

941,332 

1,019,587 

100,000,000 


1,618,957 
907,590 


102,473,000 
100,018,000 


102,462,024 
100,022,954 


711,367 


2,455,000 


2,439,070 


1,618,957 


2,473,000 
100,000,000 


2,462,024 
100,000,000 


1,618,957 


102,473,000 


102,462,024 



256 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XVIII. -MINISTRY OF ENERGY-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1801 

1 


$ 
373,000 


$ 
119,000 


$ 
492,000 


MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 

Ministry Administration 


$ 
478,151 




Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Total for Ministry Administration 




S 

s 


373,000 
18,000 


119,000 


492,000 
18,000 


478.151 
17,981 

4,973 




391,000 


119,000 


510,000 


501,105 



Program description: 

This program provides the staff of the Ministry with overall direction to ensure that the means for it to meet its 
objectives in a coordinated fashion are available; and provides administrative support services which will help its advisors 
manage their resources effectively. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



257 



XVIII. -MINISTRY OF ENERGY-Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION-VOTE 1801 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Ministry Administration (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 177,564 

Employee benefits 14,713 

Transportation and communications 25,720 

Services 231,598 

Supplies and equipment 28,556 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Total for Ministry Administration 

Program 501,105 



478,151 
17,981 
4,973 



258 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XVIII.— MINISTRY OF ENERGY— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1802 

1 


$ 
888,000 


$ 
55,000 


$ 
943,000 


ENERGY POLICY PROGRAM 


$ 
941.332 




TOTAI K)R ENFRGY Pol ICY 






888,000 


55,000 


943,000 


941,332 









Program description: 

To review energy matters on a continuing basis; to advise the government on matters of policy; and to coordinate 
the energy-related activities of the government, including policy direction to Ontario Hydro and technical support to 
the Ontario Energy Board. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



259 



XVIII. -MINISTRY OF ENERGY-Continued 

ENERGY POLICY PROGRAM— VOTE 1802 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Energy Policy (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 370,124 

Employee benefits 28,282 

Transportation and communications 49,234 

Services 470,990 

Supplies and equipment 22,702 

Total for Energy Policy Program. . . 941,332 



260 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XVIII. -MINISTRY OF ENERGY-Continucd 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1803 

1 


$ 
1,020,000 


$ 


$ 
1 ,020,000 


ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD PROGRAM 

Ontario Energy Board 

Total for Ontario Enlrgv Board 


$ 
1,019,587 




1 .020,000 




1 ,020,000 


1,019,587 



Program description: 

Following public hearings, the Board approves and fixes rates for the sale, transmission, distribution and storage 
of natural gas; reports on proposed increases in electric power rates; grants leave to expropriate land and construct 
pipelines; and approves municipal gas franchise agreements. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



261 



XVIII.-MINISTRY OF ENERGY-Continued 
ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD PROGRAM -VOTE 1803 






Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Ontario Energy Board (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communications .... 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Ontario Energy Board 
Program 



444,421 
50,338 
16,219 

498,439 
10,170 



1,019,587 



262 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XVIII. -MINISTRY OF ENERGY-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the vear ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


S 


$ 


$ 
100,000,000 


$ 
100,000,000 


ONTARIO ENERGY CORPORATION 

Ontario Energy Corporation 

Total for Ontario Energy Corporation . . 


$ 
100,000,000 






100,000,000 


100,000,000 


100,000,000 



Program description : 

To enhance the availability of energy in Ontario by stimulating resources exploration and development and ex- 
panding production capability throughout Canada or elsewhere. To encourage investment in energy projects and the 
effective use of financial, human and other resources in energy projects. To encourage development of processes and 
equipment which avoid wasteful use of energy and minimize environmental damage. To improve the security of energy 
supply to Ontario through acquisition, participation, guarantee and long-term commitment of resources. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



263 



XVIII.-MINISTRY OF ENERGY -Concluded 

ONTARIO ENERGY CORPORATION PROGRAM 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Ontario Energy Corporation (Item 1) 

Disbursements 

Investment in the Ontario Energy 
Corporation 



Total for Ontario Energy 
Corporation Program . . 



100,000,000 



100,000,000 



XIX. 



MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 266 

Statement of Receipts and Credits 267 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Administration 269 

Environmental Assessment and Planning 271 

Environmental Control 273 

Resource Recovery 275 

Statutory 269, 273 

Summary 268 



265 



266 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

XIX.-MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

, Engineering Studies 440,698 

Other 30,326 471,024 



Fees, Licences and Permits 

Sewage Systems 1 74,575 

Pesticides Control 85,080 

Drilling Contractors 4,480 264,135 

Sales 

Publications 2,670 

Other 1,231 3,901 



Utility Service Charges 25,921 ,044 

Miscellaneous 1 ,483 

Government of Canada 

Reimbursements of Expenditures- 
Upper Great Lakes Agreement 473,693 

Phosphorous Removal Agreement 377,375 

Lower Great Lakes Agreement 300,000 

Land Use Activities Agreement 157,734 1,308,802 



Revenue 27,970,389 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 267 

XIX.-MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND CREDITS 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Receipts 

Ontario Hydro— nuclear power generating station: Pickering 17,735,041 

Investments in water treatment and waste control facilities 6,790,464 24,525,505 

Credits 

Sinking fund for recovery of the cost of capital assets 3,224,144 

Reserve fund for renewals, replacements and contingencies 879,867 

Deep well disposal security fund 5,243 4,109,254 

Receipts and Credits 28,634,759 



268 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XIX.-MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 







1974-75 


1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 






Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


5,107,285 


Ministry Administration 


6,498,000 


6,283,104 


12,244,133 


Environmental Assessment and Planning 


15,082,000 


13,856,948 


112,918,113 


Environmental Control 


172,799,000 


164,550,915 


253,744 


Resource Recovery 
Ministry Total 


2,159,000 


480,717 


130,523,275 


196,538,000 


185,171,684 


3,972,458 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


18,000 


462,148 


126,550,817 


196,520,000 


184,709,536 








45,085,273 


Total Expenditure 


68,757,000 


57,741,592 


81,645,749 


Total Disbursements 


127,781,000 


126,985,944 


3,792,253 


Total Charges 




444,148 


130.523,275 


196,538,000 


185,171,684 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



269 



XIX.— MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Appropriations 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Program and Activities 



Total 



Actual 



1901 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



1,301,000 
323,000 
281,000 
824.000 
670,000 
353,000 

2,253,000 
450,000 



6.455,000 

18,000 

6,473,000 



19,000 



6,000 



25,000 



25,000 



1.301,000 
323,000 
281,000 
843,000 
670,000 
359,000 

2,253,000 
450,000 



MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 



Main Office 

Management Services. . 

Legal Services 

Information Services. . . 

Financial Services 

Personnel Services 

Administrative Services 
SWEEP 



6,480.000 

18.000 

6.498.000 



Minister's Salary . 

Total for Ministry Administration 



1.236.985 
256.713 
280,706 
821,478 
655.349 
358.272 

2,237.910 
417.691 



6.265.104 
18,000 



6.283,104 



Program description: 

The function of this program is to provide administrative support services for the operating programs of the 

Ministry. 



270 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XIX.-MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT-Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM— VOTE 1901 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Minister's Salary 

Management Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Legal Services (Item 3) 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Information Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 
Pollution Probe Foundation 



371,398 

44,515 

561,885 

196,788 

62.399 

1,236,985 
18,000 

1,254,985 



196,600 

16,205 

1,597 

32,072 

10,239 

256,713 



11,638 

265,365 

3,703 



280.706 



266,130 

20,247 

40,307 

327,004 

142,790 

25.000 



821,478 



Financial Services (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Personnel Services (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Administrative Services (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

S.W.E.E.P. (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Various S.W.E.E.P. Payments 

Total for Ministry Administration 
Program 



519.395 

48,893 

2,451 

63,369 

21,241 

655,349 



276.695 

28,069 

17,188 

27,017 

9,303 

358,272 



920.373 

99,162 

69,514 

794,536 

354,325 

2,237,910 



161,154 

40 

11,879 

9,128 

4,740 

230,750 

417,691 



6,283,104 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



271 



XIX. -MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1902 

1 


$ 

310,000 
7,575,000 
1 ,434,000 
2,690,000 
2,768.000 


$ 
150.000 

55.000 
100,000 


$ 

460,000 
7.575,000 
1 .434,000 
2,745,000 
2,868,000 


ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND 
PLANNING PROGRAM 


$ 
435,818 


2 


Planning and Policy Development 


6,588,488 


3 
4 

5 


Environmental Approvals 

Resource Assessment 

Technical Support v 

Total for Environmental Assessment 
and Planning 


1,241,595 
2.737.839 
2,853,208 




14,777,000 


305,000 


15,082,000 


13,856,948 



Program description: 

This program proposes environmental standards for pollution abatement activities and performs assessment of 
air and water resources from viewpoints of availability, present and future uses. The program also seeks to curb the 
pollution of the environment through the prior approval of technological processes and land use. 



272 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XIX.-MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT-Continued 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND PLANNING PROGRAM-VOTE 1902 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Miscellaneous 

Planning and Policy Development 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Phosphorus removal facilities $ 773,439 
Other 845,909 

Supplies and equipment 

Environmental Approvals (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



311,148 
31,657 
33,441 
35,006 
19,566 

5,000 



435,818 



3,321,030 
299,068 
271,149 



1.619.348 
1,077,893 

6.588,488 



926.862 
86.103 
41,409 

124,929 
62.292 

1,241,595 



Resource Assessment (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Technical Support (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Total for Environmental 

Assessment and Planning Program 



1,621,990 
1 36,965 
112,848 
353,050 
512.986 



2,737,839 



1.855.229 
163.955 
189.803 
150,421 
493,800 

2,853.208 



13.856.948 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



273 



XIX. -MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT- Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


1903 








ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL 
PROGRAM 




1 


1,456,000 


450,000 


1,906,000 


Program Administration 


1,885,542 


2 


13,213,000 


250,000 


13,463,000 


Abatement 


13,050,836 


3 i 


141,714,000 




141,714,000 


Utility: Plant Development and Construction. 


134,092,684 


4 


15,716,000 




15,716,000 


Utility: Plant Operations 


15,077,705 




172,099,000 


700,000 


172,799,000 


164,106,767 


S 








Reserve Fund for Renewals, Replacements 
and Contingencies 


444,148 




Total for Environmental Control 






172,099,000 


700,000 


172,799,000 


164,550,915 



Program description : 

This program ensures the proper control over the emission of contaminants into the environment and provides 
safe water supplies through abatement activities and the building and operation of water and sewage treatment plants. 
The program also encourages the installation of pollution abatement equipment with grants made under The Pollution 
Abatement Incentive Act, 1970. 



274 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XIX.-MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT-Continued 

ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL PROGRAM-VOTE 1903 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Abatement (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 
Pollution Abatement 

Incentive Act $ 2,749,389 

International Minerals and 
Chemical Corp. (Canada) 
Ltd 53,000 



975,486 
110,045 
331,988 
315,768 
152,255 



1,885.542 



7,397,419 
705,862 
755,399 
389,379 

1,000,388 



2,802,389 



13,050,836 



Utility — Plant Development and $ 

Construction (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages l ,248,498 

Employee benefits 1 24,845 

Transportation and communication 1 14,835 

Services 

Engineering studies $ 601 ,342 

Other 74,744 676,086 

Supplies and equipment 27,220 

Transfer payments 

Grants to Restructured Municipalities 

to provide for oversizing of sewage and 

water facilities 4,732,933 

Other transactions 

Payments towards the cost of sewage and 
water facilities for certain municipalities 
qualifying for assistance 182,323 

Disbursements 

Municipal projects 11,760,976 

Provincial projects 1 15,224,968 126,985,944 

134,092,684 

Utility Plant Operations (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 6,179,1 10 

Employee benefits 650,731 

Transportation and communication 311 ,484 

Services 2,533,581 

Supplies and equipment 5,402,799 

15,077,705 

Charges: 

Reserve fund for renewals, replacements 

and contingencies 444,148 

15,521,853 

Total for Environmental Control 

Program 164,550,915 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



275 



XIX.-MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 






VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1904 

1 


$ 

1,995,000 
164,000 


$ 


$ 

1,995,000 
164,000 


RESOURCE RECOVERY PROGRAM 

Waste Utilization 


$ 
421,878 


2 


Environmental Enhancement 

Total for Resource Recovery 


58,839 




2,159,000 




2,159,000 


480,717 



Program description : 

This program aims at the development of specialized techniques for the restoration and enhancement of environ- 
mental quality. 



276 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XIX.-MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT-Concluded 

RESOURCE RECOVERY PROGRAM-VOTE 1904 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Waste Utilization (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

City of St. Catharines 

Environment Enhancement (Item 2) 
Services 

Total for Resource Recovery 
Program 



54,081 

4,200 

3,556 

292,192 

17,849 

50,000 



421,878 



58,839 



58.839 



480,717 



XX. 



MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 278 

Statement of Receipts and Credits 279 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Central Office 281 

Industry Development 283 

Trade Development 285 

Tourism Development 287 

Operations 289 

Communications 291 

Administration 293 

Ontario Place Corporation , 295 

Industrial Incentives and Development 297 

Statutory 281, 297 

Summary 280 



277 



278 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ 
Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

Royalties 

Fees. Licences and Permits 

Tourist establishments 164,324 

Seminar and conference registrations 36,368 

Other 1.370 

Sales 

Enquiry lists 4.050 

Other 141 

Facilities 

Exhibit space 

m iscellaneous 

Government of Canada 

Reimbursements of Expenditures— 

Moosonee-Moose Factory Study 30.000 

Timmins Natural Resources Science Centre Study 12.500 

Ontario Recreation and Survey Data 4,500 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Wallaceburg Chamber of Commerce 5,375 

Metro Toronto Convention and Tourist Bureau 3,000 

Timmins City Council 2,500 

Timmins-Porcupine Chamber of Commerce 2,500 

Revenue 



$ 
24,617 

580 



202,062 

4,191 

2,500 
676 

47.000 



13,375 



295,001 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 279 

XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND CREDITS 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ 
Receipts 

Ontario Place Corporation— development loan retirement 4,704,900 

Receipts and Credits 4,704,900 



280 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 







1974-75 


1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 






Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$' 


$ 


450,291 


Ministry Central Office 


645,000 


600,098 


4,263,419 


Industry Development 


4,827,000 


4,703,463 


1,765,082 


Trade Development 


2,353,000 


2,224,767 


1,435,612 


Tourism Development 


6,642,000 


6,505,345 


4,016,448 


Operations 


5,936,000 


5,890,277 


4,250,927 


Communications 


1,075,000 


45,607 


1,272,981 


Administration 


1 ,454,000 


1,416,213 


3,107,000 


Ontario Place Corporation 


8,064,900 


8 064,900 


36,189,723 


Industrial Incentives and Development 
Ministry Total 


50,515,000 


52,824,352 


56,751,483 


81,511,900 


83,015,022 


21,896,429 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


34,223,000 


40,213,926 


34,855,054 


47,288,900 


42,801,096 








25,849,738 


Total Expenditure 


38,278,900 


36,794,479 


30,901,745 


Total Disbursements 


43,233,000 


46,220,543 


56,751,483 


81,511,900 


83,015,022 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



281 



XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2001 

1 


$ 

361,000 
231,000 


$ 

27,000 
3,000 


$ 

388,000 
234,000 


MINISTRY CENTRAL OFFICE 
PROGRAM 

Main Office 


$ 
374,498 


2 


Strategic Planning 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Total for Ministry Central Office 


202,600 


S 

s 


592,000 

18,000 

5,000 


30,000 


622,000 

18,000 

5,000 


577,098 

18,000 

5,000 




615,000 


30,000 


645,000 


600,098 



Program description : 

This program includes the overall planning and direction for the ministry. 



282 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM -Continued 

MINISTRY CENTRAL OFFICE PROGRAM-VOTE 2001 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



374,498 

18,000 

5,000 



397,498 



Main Office (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 273,61 1 

Employee benefits 20,91 1 

Transportation and communication 38,388 

Services 1 4, 1 43 

Supplies and equipment 27,445 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Strategic Planning (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 154,614 

Employee benefits 11 ,343 

Transportation and communication 4,246 

Services 22,408 

Supplies and equipment 9,989 

Total for Ministry Central 

Office Program 600,098 



202,600 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



283 



XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 






VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2002 

1 
2 


$ 

542,000 

3,458,000 

602,000 

190,000 


$ 
23,000 

12,000 


$ 

565,000 

3,458,000 

602,000 

202,000 


INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Industry Technology Development 


$ 

518,949 
3,439,292 


3 


Industrial Development 


557.591 


4 


Service Industries Development 

Total for Industry Development 


187,631 




4,792,000 


35,000 


4,827,000 


4,703,463 



Program description : 

This program stimulates employment and income opportunity through the effective development of Ontario 
industry by promoting the establishment, growth, efficiency and the improved capability to produce and distribute 
commodities or provide services. 



284 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM -Continued 

INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM-VOTE 2002 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Industry Technology Development 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grant to Ontario Research Foundation. 



285.851 
32,708 
11.377 

119.168 
69.845 



518.949 



488.779 
43.588 
75.334 

166.419 
35.172 

2.630,000 



3,439.29: 



Industrial Development (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Service Industries Development (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Industry Development 
Program 



381.186 
35.031 
64.676 
27,072 
49.626 

557.591 



139.931 
11.365 
11.391 
18.162 
6.782 

187.631 



4.703,463 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



285 



XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM -Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2003 

1 


$ 

436,000 

833,000 

1,065,000 


$ 
19,000 


$ 

436,000 

852,000 

1 ,065,000 


TRADE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

Program Administration . . 


$ 
367,516 


2 


Domestic Marketing Development. . 


845,485 


3 


International Marketing Development 

Total for Tradf Development. 


1,011.766 




2,334,000 


19,000 


2,353,000 


2,224.767 









Program description : 

This program stimulates and assists Ontario manufacturers and service sectors to increase sales domestically 
and to export their products, services and technical knowledge to world markets; provides continuing support to ex- 
porters; and continually searches out and develops new market opportunities. 



286 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOUR ISM -Continued 

TRADE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM— VOTE 2003 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication .... 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Domestic Marketing Development 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication .... 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



212,051 

19,783 

6.710 

103,301 

25,671 



367.516 



407,058 

35,099 

48.958 

233.763 

120.607 



845.485 



International Marketing Development 
(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Trade Development 
Program 



479,054 
42,400 

396,423 
79.070 
14,819 

1,011.766 



2,224,767 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



287 



XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM -Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2004 

1 


$ 

398,000 

768,000 

5,338,000 


$ 

6,000 
75,000 
57,000 


$ 

404,000 

843,000 

5,395,000 


TOURISM DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

Program Administration 


$ 
403,137 


2 


Tourism Industry Development 


800,517 


3 


Tourism Marketing Development 

Total for Tourism Development 


5,301,691 




6,504,000 


138,000 


6,642,000 


6,505,345 









Program description : 

This program encourages the systematic development of Ontario tourist plan in the form of adequate accom- 
modation, recreation facilities, attractions and related services; and encourages the increased use of this plan by 
promoting Ontario, both at home and abroad, as an attractive place to visit by the vacationing and travelling public. 



288 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM -Continued 
TOURISM DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM-VOTE 2004 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits . 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Tourism Industry Development 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Regional Travel Associations and Regional 
Tourist Councils 



195,626 
17,106 
17,062 

152,039 
21.304 



403,137 



160,784 
13,992 
21.636 

160.783 
41.006 



402,316 



800,517 



Tourism Marketing Development 
(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Tourism Development 
Program 



267,864 
30,478 

241,401 
3,666.311 
1,095.637 

5,301,691 



6,505,345 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



289 



XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM -Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2005 

1 


$ 

581,000 
567,000 
785,000 
898,000 
2,562,000 


$ 

34,000 
110,000 
168,000 

231,000 


$ 

615,000 
677,000 
953,000 
898,000 
2,793,000 


OPERATIONS PROGRAM 

Program Administration 


$ 
609,732 


2 
3 
4 
5 


Ontario House 

Overseas 

Americas 

Ontario 

Total for Operations 


675,036 

944.235 

868,935 

2,792.339 




5,393,000 


543,000 


5.936,000 


5.890,277 



Program description : 

This program delivers the services of the Ministry to clients both at home and abroad. 



290 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM-Continued 
OPERATIONS PROGRAM— VOTE 2005 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item \, 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Ontario House (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Overseas (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



165,881 
1 3.538 
25,981 

394.799 
9.533 



Americas (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



580.411 
18.838 

145.068 
94.720 
29.898 



609.732 


Ontario (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 


868.935 


378.684 
33.496 


2.030,130 
220,823 


94.714 
102.736 
65.406 


Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Operations Program 


339.088 
106.823 
95,475 


675,036 


2,792,339 




5,890.277 


474.892 

49.248 

243.822 

124.697 

51.576 




944.235 





PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



291 



XX. -MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM -Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Program and Activities 



Total 



Actual 



2006 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



82,000 

380,000 

228,000 

58,000 

59,000 



807,000 



22,000 
246,000 



104,000 

626,000 

228,000 

58,000 

59,000 



268,000 



1,075,000 



COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Information Services 

Audio/Visual Services 

Publications Services 

Advertising Services 

Total for Communications 



100,901 

605,389 

79,317 



785.607 



Program description : 

This program provides external and internal communications and information services on behalf of program 
managers, serves as an agency of record and provides services to other ministries and agencies on a cost for service basis. 



292 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM -Continued 

COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAM-VOTE 2006 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



100,901 



Program Administration (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 76,028 

Employee benefits 5,742 

Transportation and communication 4,827 

Services 8.317 

Supplies and equipment 5,987 

Information Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Audio/Visual Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 59,93 1 

Employee benefits 9,478 

Transportation and communication 1 ,921 

Services 3,01 3 

Supplies and equipment 4.974 

Total Communications Program 785,607 



358.134 
34.836 
45.079 

73.332 
94.008 

605.389 



79.317 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



293 



XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM -Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



2007 

1 

2 
3 
4 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



162,000 
777,000 
170,000 
279,000 



1,388,000 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



13,000 
53,000 



66,000 



Program and Activities 



Total 



175,000 
830,000 
170,000 
279.000 



1,454,000 



Actual 



ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Financial and Office Services 

Personnel Services 

Management Services 

Total for Administration 



171,583 
827,385 
152,043 
265,202 



1,416,213 



Program description: 

This program provides management services, financial, personnel, purchasing, supply, administrative and support 
services for the ministry. 



294 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM -Continued 

ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 2007 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Financial and Office Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



142,084 
10.192 
2,906 
2.987 
13.414 



171.583 



599.546 
86.539 
28.028 
75.025 
38.247 



827.385 



Personnel Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Management Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Total for Administration Program 



128,801 

12.777 

635 

5.446 

4.384 

152,043 



189,241 

21,176 

3.410 

15.258 

36.117 

265,202 

1,416,213 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



295 



XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2008 

1 
2 


$ 

1,987,000 
1,233,000 


$ 

140,000 
4,704,900 


$ 

2,127,000 
5,937,900 


ONTARIO PLACE CORPORATION 
PROGRAM 

Ontario Place Operations 

Ontario Place Development 

Total for Ontario Plac e Corporation .... 


$ 

2.127,000 
5,937,900 




3,220,000 


4,844,900 


8,064,900 


8,064,900 






Program description: 

This program operates Ontario Place and carries on development. 



296 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM -Continued 

ONTARIO PLACE CORPORATION PROGRAM-VOTE 2008 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Ontario Place Operations (Item I) 

Transfer payments 

Grant to Cover Operating Deficit 

Ontario Place Development (Item 2) 

Transfer payment 

Grant to repay construction loans. . . . 

Disbursements 
Loans for Construction 

Total for Ontario Place 
Corporation Program 



2.127.000 



2.127.000 



4.704.900 



1.233.000 



5.937.900 



8.064.900 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



297 






XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 






VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 
Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


2009 








INDUSTRIAL INCENTIVES AND 
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 




1 


14,195,000 




14,195,000 


Ontario Development Corporation 


10,967,684 


2 


1,701,000 




1,701,000 


Northern Ontario Development Corporation . 


1,416,349 


3 


419,000 




419,000 


Eastern Ontario Development Corporation. . . 


249,393 




16,315,000 




16,315,000 


12,633,426 


S 


24,750,000 




24,750,000 


Ontario Development Corporation 


24,118,544 


S 


5,750,000 




5,750,000 


Northern Ontario Development Corporation . 


10,089,860 


S 


3,700,000 




3,700,000 


Eastern Ontario Development Corporation. . . 

Total for Industrial Incentives and 
Development 


5,982,522 




50,515,000 




50,515,000 


52,824,352 



Program description : 

The Industrial Incentives and Development Program provides technical, business and financial services and 
loans or the guarantee of loans to encourage and assist in the development and diversification of industry in Ontario. 
Term loans are made to secondary manufacturing operations, service industries in support of manufacturing, the 
tourist industry, for anti-pollution and abatement equipment, and for the encouragement of new exports. To provide 
incentive, in certain circumstances term loans are made under the Ontario Business Incentive Program and may allow 
for deferral of principal repayments, interest-free or low interest terms. The latter program replaces the Performance 
Loans previously available for the equalization of industrial opportunity in slow growth areas of the Province. Included 
in the Ontario Development Corporation are funds for the support services provided to the Northern Ontario Develop- 
ment Corporation and the Eastern Ontario Development Corporation. 



298 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XX.-MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOUR ISM -Concluded 

INDUSTRIAL INCENTIVES AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM-VOTE 2009 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Ontario Development Corporation 
(Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication .... 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Other transactions 

Loan forgiveness and Guarantees .... 
Disbursements 

Performance Loan Program 

Statutory Appropriation 

Disbursements 
Term Loan Program 

Northern Ontario Development 
Corporation (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Other transactions 

Loan forgiveness 

Disbursements 

Performance Loan Program 



2,025.149 
174,050 
100.752 
382,019 
116,385 

4.115.310 

4.054.019 

10.967.684 



24.118,544 



35.086.228 



283.518 
23.646 
85.125 
67.347 
16.862 

197.253 

742.598 

1.416.349 



Statutory Appropriation 

Disbursements 
Term Loan Program 

Eastern Ontario Development 
Corporation (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Statutory Appropriation 

Disbursements 
Term Loan Program 

Total for Industrial Incentives and 
Development Program 



10.089.860 



11.506.209 



1 64.944 

14.022 
22.823 
27,019 
20.585 

249.393 



5.982.522 



6.231.915 



52.824.352 



XXI. 



MINISTRY OF LABOUR 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 300 

Statement of Receipts and Credits 301 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Administration 303 

Occupational Safety 305 

Industrial Relations 307 

Human Rights Commission 309 

Employment Services 311 

Women's Program 313 

Statutory 303, 305, 311 

Summary .' 302 



299 



300 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

XXI.-MINISTRY OF LABOUR 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

Construction safety 1 ,200,000 

Other 23,185 1,223,185 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Building plan examinations 1,053,819 

The Employment Agencies Act 63,900 1,117,719 

Fines and Penalties 

The Employment Standards Act 1 7,059 

Sales 2,696 

Miscellaneous 5,887 

Government of Canada 

Reimbursements of Expenditures- 
Adult Occupational Training Agreement 124,785 

Revenue 2,491,331 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 301 

XXI.-MINISTRY OF LABOUR 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND CREDITS 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ 
Credits 

Employment Standards— unclaimed wages 31 ,585 

Receipts and Credits 31 ,585 



302 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXI.-MINISTRY OF LABOUR 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


3,642,425 


Ministry Administration 


3,919,000 


3,774,981 


3,231,151 


Occupational Safety 


4,465,000 


4,423,509 


2,254,092 


Industrial Relations 


2,548,000 


2,451,462 


728,986 


Human Rights Commission 


880,000 


846,282 


1 ,949,388 


Employment Services 


2,314,500 


2,274,223 


151,638 


Women's Program 
Ministry Total 


449,000 


416,583 


11,957,680 


14,575,500 


14,187,040 


50,365 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


18,000 


35,095 


11,907,315 


14,557,500 


14,151,945 








11,923,055 


Total Expenditure 


14,575,500 


14,183,339 


34,625 


Total Charges 




3.701 


11,957.680 


14,575,500 


14,187,040 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



303 



XXI. -MINISTRY OF LABOL R-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


2101 








MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 




1 


501,100 


115,000 


616,100 


Main Office 


583,755 


2 


1 74 200 




1 74 200 




173,900 


3 


842,900 




842,900 


Research 


837,548 


4 


145 500 




145 500 




124 036 


5 


1 1 99 000 


72 000 


1 271 000 


Finande and Administration 


1,249,328 


6 


244,500 




244,500 


Personnel 


239,565 


7 


226,100 




226,100 


Information Services 


179,384 


8 


325,700 


55,000 


380,700 


Systems and Data Processing 


354,447 










3,659,000 


242,000 


3,901,000 


3,741,963 


S 


18,000 




18,000 


Minister's Salary 


18,000 


s 








The Elevator Constructor Unions Disputes 
Act 1973 


13,394 


s 








Unclaimed Vacation-With-Pay Trust Account 


1,437 


s 








Suspense Account 

Total for Ministry Administration 


187 




3,677,000 


242,000 


3,919,000 


3,774,981 



Program description : 

The function of this program is to develop effective Ministry policies in line with changing social, economic and 
technological conditions as they relate to its goal(s) and to provide the Ministry with effective management, co-ordination 
and professional expertise in order to optimize the effectiveness of its programs. 



304 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXI. -MINISTRY OF LABOUR -Continued 
MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 2101 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Blind Workmen's Compensation 

The Elevator Constructor Unions Disputes 

Act, 1973 

Minister's Salary 

Legal Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Research (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Research grants 

Labour Safety Council (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



154,416 
39,916 
54,616 

310,766 
20,498 

3,543 



583,755 



13,394 
18,000 



615,149 



376 

78 

8,851 

162,992 

1,603 



173,900 



612,721 
60,423 
13,387 
83,131 
53,686 

14,200 

837,548 



77,371 
7,846 
9,578 
14,987 
14,254 



124,036 



Finance and Administration (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries 

Charges 

Unclaimed vacation-with-pay trust account 
Suspense Account 

Personnel (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Information Services (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Systems and Data Processing (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries 

Total for Ministry Administration 
Program 



806,733 
86,659 

184,847 
70,423 

134,261 

1,282,923 
33,595 

1,249,328 

1,437 
187 

1,250,952 



170,001 
17,663 

7,026 
41,262 

3,613 

239,565 



129,507 
13,545 
3,163 
19,794 
13,375 

179,384 



220,579 

23,294 

1,178 

450,671 

5,525 

701.247 
346,800 

354,447 



3,774,981 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



305 



XXI.-MINISTRY OF LABOUR-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2102 

1 


$ 

2,251,700 
2,173,300 


$ 
40,000 


$ 

2,291,700 
2,173,300 


OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY PROGRAM 

Construction Safety 


$ 
2,287,320 


2 


Industrial Safety 


2,135,211 




Duplicate Payments 

Total for Occupational Safety 




S 


4,425,000 


40,000 


4,465 000 


4,422,531 
978 




4,425,000 


40,000 


4,465,000 


4.423.509 









Program description : 

The function of this program is to reduce the number of hazards which can result in injuries to workers occupationally 
engaged in industrial establishments, construction sites and logging operations. 



306 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXI. -MINISTRY OF LABOUR-Continued 

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY PROGRAM -VOTE 2102 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Construction Safety (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Industrial Safety (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Charges 

Duplicate payments 



Total for Occupational Safety Program. 



,687,098 
181,476 
245,843 
55,524 
117,379 



2.287.320 



1,636,178 
187,672 
181,842 
32,525 
96.994 

2,135,211 



978 
2,136,189 



4,423,509 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



307 



XXL— MINISTRY OF LABOUR -Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2103 

1 


$ 

117,000 

695,100 

1,354,600 

246,300 


$ 

100,000 
35,000 


$ 

117,000 

795,100 

1,389,600 

246,300 


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS PROGRAM 


$ 
102,335 


2 
3 


Conciliation and Mediation Services 


777,276 
1,369,337 


4 


Labour Management Arbitration 

Commission 

Total for Industrial Relations 


202,514 




2,413,000 


135,000 


2,548,000 


2,451,462 



Program description : 

This program consists of activities engaged in the achievement of harmonious collective bargaining relations 
between employers and employees. 



308 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXI.-MINISTRY OF LABOUR -Continued 

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS PROGRAM-VOTE 2103 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Conciliation and Mediation Services 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Labour Relations Board (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



47,829 
3,933 
2,777 

44,642 
3,154 



102,335 



552,251 

66,234 

89,355 

65,041 

4,395 



777,276 



990,704 
99,524 
91,997 

116,281 
70,831 



1,369,337 



Labour Management Arbitration 
Commission (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Industrial Relations 
Program 



46,939 

4,019 

22,110 

118,374 

11,072 

202,514 



2,451,462 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



309 



XXI.-MINISTRY OF LABOUR -Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2104 

1 


$ 

66,900 
813,100 


$ 


$ 

66,900 
813,100 


HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION 
PROGRAM 

Office of the Chairman 


$ 
33,334 


2 


Human Rights 

Total for Human Rights Commission 


812,948 




880,000 




880,000 


846,282 



Program description : 



The Commission seeks to protect individuals from discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodation 
and publication of discriminatory notices, advertisements or job application forms and to further the principle that all 
people are free and equal in dignity and rights, regardless of race, creed, colour, age, sex, marital status, nationality, 
ancestry, place of origin, through a program of public education and community work. 



310 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXI.-MINISTRY OF LABOUR -Continued 

HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION PROGRAM-VOTE 2104 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Office of the Chairman (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Human Rights (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Human Rights 
Commission Program 



9,597 

998 

2,396 

15,017 

5,326 



33,334 



541,831 
48,338 
62,057 

115,752 
44,970 



812,948 



846,282 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



311 



XXI.-MINISTRY OF LABOL R-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2105 

1 


$ 

88,200 

2,092,000 

126,800 


$ 
7,500 


$ 

95,700 

2,092,000 

126,800 


EMPLOYMENT SERVICES PROGRAM 

Program Administration 


$ 
87,188 


2 
3 


Employment Standards 

Employment Adjustment Service 

Employment Standards — unclaimed wages. . . 
Totai for Employment Sfrvic es 


2,060,553 
125,383 


S 


2,307,000 


7,500 


2,314,500 


2,273,124 
1,099 




2,307,000 


7,500 


2,314,500 


2,274,223 









Program description: 

This program is concerned with achieving such conditions, standards and practices in the employment environment 
which are deemed to be socially and economically desirable and which contribute to individual as well as organizational 
growth and well-being. 



312 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXI.-MINISTRY OF LABOUR-Continued 

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES PROGRAM-VOTE 2105 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 


$ 

70,439 

6,900 

5,977 

3,707 

165 


Employment Adjustment Service (Item 3) 
Salaries and wages 


$ 

91,524 
9,352 


Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Employment Services 
Program 


7,218 
15,065 

2,224 




87,188 


125,383 


Employment Standards (Item 2) 


1,439,551 

164,122 

135,464 

294,458 

26,958 


2,274,223 


Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 




Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 




Charges 

Employment Standards — unclaimed wages. . 


2,060,553 
1,099 






2,061,652 





PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



313 



XXI. -MINISTRY OF LABOLR-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2106 

1 


$ 

84,500 

78,400 

202,100 


$ 

67,000 
17,000 


$ 

151,500 

95,400 

202,100 


WOMEN'S PROGRAM 


$ 
134,924 


2 
3 


Women Crown Employee Office 

Women's Bureau 

Total for Women's Program 


92,280 
189,379 




365,000 


84,000 


449,000 


416,583 



Program description: 

This program consists of activities which are directly concerned with the promotion of equal opportunities for 
women and for co-ordinating existing and proposed policies and programs designed to improve the status of women 
throughout the Province. 



314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXI. -MINISTRY OF LABOUR -Concluded 
WOMEN'S PROGRAM-VOTE 2106 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Office of the Executive Coordinator (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Women Crown Employee Office (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . -. 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



$ 


Women's Bureau (Item 3) 


$ 


79,819 


Salaries and wages 


115.267 


5,860 


Employee benefits 


11,096 


2,726 


Transportation and communication 


3,754 


33,668 


Services 


16,153 


12,851 


Supplies and equipment 

Total for Women's Program 


43,109 


134,924 


189,379 




416,583 


49,784 




4,367 






1,906 






24,029 






12,194 






92,280 





XXII. 



MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 






TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 316 

Statement of Receipts and Credits 318 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Administration 320 

Land Management 323 

Outdoor Recreation 326 

Resource Products 328 

Statutory 320, 328 

Summary 319 



315 



316 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXII.-MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

Conservation Authorities 488,156 

Federal Sales Tax Re: Old Fort William Historical Park 172,146 

Workmen's Compensation Board— Mining Act 94.849 

Inverhuron Park Project 82, 1 39 

Land acquisition 54,548 

Air Services 37,856 

Logging roads construction costs 24,397 

Nanticoke Agreement 7,650 

Other 44,276 1,006.017 

Taxation 

Mining— profits 152,105,039 

-acreage 697,562 152,802,601 

Royalties 

Timber stumpage charges 19,975,598 

Timber management and forest protection charges 1 ,970.833 

Metallic and non-metallic mining 647,809 

Game 310.967 

Gas and oil 116.130 

Other 23.891 23,045,228 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Hunting and fishing 10.632,875 

Provincial Parks 6,104.501 

Recording fees 334,230 

Miners, etc 211 ,440 

Commercial fish 91,083 

Pits and quarries 73,625 

Other 29,885 17,477.639 

Public Domain 

Gas leases 765.232 

Leasing and rental of crown lands 467.523 

Land use permits 296.733 

Mining leases 1 20,367 

Licences of occupation 104,797 

Other 16.070 1.770.722 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



317 






XXII.— MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE-Continued 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Sales— Land and Buildings 

Crown lands and buildings 247,010 

Lands— assignments and extensions 1 3.803 

Mining lands 1 ,691 262,504 

Sales— Other 

Souvenirs, merchandise, etc 1 ,440,079 

Land Agreements— forest products 215,046 

Nursery stock 200,567 

Fire protection and suppression 80,305 

Confiscated articles 41 ,489 

Air Services 1 5, 1 54 

Equipment 4,976 

Other 4,884 2,002,500 

Facilities 

Provincial park concessions 416,1 10 

Rentals 347,971 764,081 

Miscellaneous 8,526 

Government of Canada 

Reimbursements of Expenditures- 
Flood control and water conservation projects 877,029 

Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Agreement 837,804 

Development and Management of Renewable Resources Agreement 236,796 

Freshwater Fish Marketing Agreement 49,302 

Fisheries Industrial Development Agreement 6,939 2,007,870 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 1 ,657 

Revenue - 201,149,345 



318 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

XXII. -MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND CREDITS 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Receipts 

Sundry conservation authorities 77,050 

Credits 

The Pits and Quarries Control Act, 1971 981,006 

Contract security deposits 14,158 995,164 

Receipts and Credits 1 ,072,2 1 4 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



319 



XXII.-MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


20,284,222 


Ministry Administration 


22,815,000 


22,395,565 


67,202,827 


Land Management 


87,948,500 


86,132,914 


37,335,044 


Outdoor Recreation 


48,997,000 


48,529,468 


33,805,505 


Resource Products 
Ministry Total 


33,519,000 


33,417,722 


158,627,598 


193,279,500 


190,475,669 


120,983 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


24,000 


202,573 


158,506,615 


193,255,500 


190,273,096 








158,627,095 


Total Expenditure 


193,279,500 


190,475,669 


503 


Total Disbursements 






158,627,598 


193,279,500 


190,475,669 



320 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXII. -MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Program and Activities 



Total 



Actual 



2201 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



2.561.000 
6,127,000 
2,047,000 
2,078,000 
1,714,000 
563,000 
1,831,000 
1,016,000 
3,811,000 



21,748,000 

18,000 

5,000 



21,771,000 



783,000 

199,000 

15,000 

47,000 



1,044,000 



1,044,000 



2,561,000 
6.910.000 
2,246,000 
2,093,000 
1,714,000 
610,000 
1,831,000 
1,016,000 
3,811,000 



22,792,000 

18,000 

5,000 



22,815,000 



MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 

Main Office 

Field Offices 

Financial Management 

Administrative Services 

Information Services 

Personnel 

Junior Rangers 

Northern Affairs 

Youth Corps (S.W.O.R.D.) 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Total for Ministry Administration. . 



2.537,290 
6,879,203 
2,245,452 
2,082,242 
1,667,535 

589,023 
1,780,492 

971,133 
3,620,222 



22,372,592 
18,000 
4,973 



22,395,565 



Program description : 

This program includes the general overall administration of the ministry and administrative support services. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



321 



XXII. -MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOLRCES-Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 2201 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Main Office (Item I) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grant to Canadian Council of Resource 
and Environmental Ministers 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Field Offices (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Financial Management (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Administrative Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



1,315,598 

533,246 

87,330 

444,948 

121,668 



34.500 



2,537.290 



18,000 
4,973 



2,560,263 



4.038.172 
471.204 

1,376.421 
454,548 

538.858 



6.879.203 



1.445,214 

132,925 

201,748 

382.019 

83,546 



2.245,452 



819,444 
74,952 
187,203 
177,734 
822,909 



2,082,242 



Information Services (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grant to Ontario Forestry Association 



Personnel (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Junior Rangers (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Northern Affairs (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



851.869 
106,376 
113,031 

157.755 
418.504 

20.000 

1,667.535 



421,891 
50,155 
15,243 
71,119 
30.615 

589.023 



977.999 

20,254 

27,228 

158,082 

596.929 

1,780.492 



716,907 
77,433 
91.236 
26.813 
58,744 

971,133 



322 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXII.-MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES-Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 2201 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Youth Corps (S.W.O.R.D.) (Item 9) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grants to Conservation Authorities 

Total for Ministry Administration 
Program 



1,271,309 
47,321 
34,837 
143,818 
108,761 

2,014,176 


3,620,222 


22,395,565 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



323 



XXII.-MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOL RCES-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Program and Activities 



Total 



Actual 



2202 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



852,000 
16,393,000 
2,035,000 
1,500,000 
9,719,000 
5,534,000 
13,233,000 

25,142,000 



91,000 

727,000 

506,000 

7,325,000 



139,000 



4,752,500 



943,000 
17,120,000 
2,541,000 
8,825,000 
9,719,000 
5,534,000 
13,372,000 

29,894,500 



74,408,000 



13,540,500 



87,948,500 



LAND MANAGEMENT PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Land and Water Protection 

Air Service 

Extra Fire Fighting 

Resource Access 

Land and Water Classification 

Land, Water and Mineral Title 

Administration 

Conservation Authorities 

Total for Land Management 



942,532 
16,713,686 
2,531,005 
8,824,741 
9,497,082 
5,485,752 

12,360,277 
29,777,839 



86,132,914 



Program description : 

This program consists of activities which provide for the administration and protection of Crown lands and waters 
including the alienation of surface and mining rights; land acquisition and inventory; land use planning and coordina- 
tion; forest protection; surveying, engineering, mapping and drafting services; and the provision of resource manage- 
ment assistance to Conservation Authorities. 



324 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXII. -MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES-Continued 

LAND MANAGEMENT PROGRAM-VOTE 2202 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Land and Water Protection (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets. 

Less: Recoveries from other Programs and 
Ministries 

Air Service (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Programs and 
Ministries 

Extra Fire Fighting (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



768,273 
94,057 
52,986 
13,675 
13,541 



942,532 



10,381,520 

967,763 

622,639 

2,360,588 

4,774,143 

115,256 

19,221,909 

2,508,223 
16,713,686 



1,520,807 
182,951 
132,028 
329,645 

652,422 

2,817,853 

286,848 

2,531,005 



2,745,500 

37,950 

301,658 

3,835,216 

1,904,417 

8,824,741 



Resource Access (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets . 

Less Recoveries from other Programs and 
Ministries 

Land and Water Classification 
(Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grant to Association of Ontario Land 
Surveyors $ 200 

Grant to Central Waterfront 

Planning Committee 32.000 

Less: Recoveries from other Programs and 
Ministries 

Land, Water and Mineral Title 
Administration (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets . 
Transfer payments 

Annuities and Bonuses to Indians under 
Treaty No. 9 



900,722 

23,385 

39,668 

4,027,905 

1,114,916 

4,267,276 

10,373,872 

876,790 

9.497.082 



3.141.739 

288.783 

172,121 

1,301,974 

696,026 



32,200 



5,632,843 

147,091 

5,485,752 



3,450,213 
345,342 
231,397 
518,505 
335,634 

7,432,570 



46,616 



2,360,277 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



325 



XXII. -MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOL RCES-Continued 

LAND MANAGEMENT PROGRAM-VOTE 2202 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Conservation Authorities (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grants to Conservation Authorities 
Lake Ontario 

Waterfront Program $ 5,095,996 

Flood Control 1 1,971,449 

Conservation Areas 6,953,036 

Sundry capital grants .... 592,866 

Administration 3,662,779 

Total for Land Management 

Program 



1,096,942 

98,129 

129,483 

105,484 

71,675 



28,276,126 



29,777,839 



86,132,914 



326 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXII. -MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2203 

1 


$ 

2,081,000 
27,610,000 
11,934,000 

4,769,000 


$ 

1 ,548,000 

1,015,000 

40,000 


$ 

2,081,000 
29,158,000 
12,949,000 

4,809,000 


OUTDOOR RECREATION PROGRAM 

Program Administration 


$ 
1,977,603 


2 
3 


Recreational Areas 

Fish and Wildlife 


29,116,395 
12,628,081 


4 


St. Lawrence Parks Commission 

Total for Outdoor Recreation 


4,807,389 




46,394.000 


2,603,000 


48,997,000 


48,529,468 



Program description : 

This program consists of activities which provide opportunities for a wide variety of outdoor recreation including 
wildlife hunting and viewing, sports fishing, Provincial parks and other recreational areas. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



327 



XXII. -MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES-Continued 

OUTDOOR RECREATION PROGRAM-VOTE 2203 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

St. Clair Parkway Commission 



Recreational Areas (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets: . 

Transfer payments 

Parks Assistance Act $ 325,588 

Snowmobile Trails 322,718 

Less: Recoveries from other Programs and 
Ministries 



Fish and Wildlife (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets. . 
Transfer payments 
Grants to: 

Jack Miner Migratory 

Bird Foundation Inc. . . . $ 3,000 

Ontario Waterfowl 

Research Foundation . . 5,000 

Compensation for Wolf 

Damage to Live Stock. . 72,107 



728,003 
107,665 
70,309 
81,523 
23,511 

966,592 



1,977,603 



13,085,589 
685,052 
638,688 
3,241,067 
5,551,119 
7,468,086 



648,306 

31.317,907 

2,201,512 

29,116,395 



8,444,320 
896,068 
550,879 
968,709 

1,667,516 
20,482 



80,107 



12,628,081 



St. Lawrence Parks Commission (Item 4) $ 

Salaries and wages 2,91 5,374 

Employee benefits 196,009 

Transportation and communication 100,077 

Services 555.570 

Supplies and equipment 1,000,874 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets . 38,769 

Other Transactions 716 

4,807,389 

Total for Outdoor Recreation 

Program 48,529,468 



328 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXII.-MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



2204 

1 

2 
3 
4 



983,000 

6,224,000 

23,945,000 

827,000 



43,000 

1,182,000 
314,000 



1,026,000 

6,224,000 

25,127,000 

1,141,000 



31,979,000 
1,000 



1,539,000 



33,518,000 
1,000 



31,980,000 



1,539,000 



33,519,000 



RESOURCE PRODUCTS PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Mineral Management 

Forest Management 

Commercial Fish and Fur 

Mine Rescue Training 

Total for Resource Products 



994,661 

6,216,178 

24,904,569 

1,122,714 



33,238,122 
179,600 



33,417,722 



Program description : 

This program consists of activities which provide for the production and harvest of renewable natural resources 
including timber, commercial fish and fur, and which encourage and regulate the development of the Province's non- 
renewable resources. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



329 



XXII. -MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES-Concluded 

RESOURCE PRODUCTS PROGRAM-VOTE 2204 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 768,969 

Employee benefits 91 ,567 

Transportation and communication 63,147 

Services 49,405 

Supplies and equipment 21,573 

994,661 

Mineral Management (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 3,723,985 

Employee benefits 348,630 

Transportation and communication 261,577 

Services 1,213,904 

Supplies and equipment 658,082 

Transfer payments 
Grant to the Tenth Commonwealth 

Mining and Metallurgical Congress .... 10,000 

6,216,178 

Mine Rescue Training 179,600 

6,395,778 

Forest Management (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 16,600,856 

Employee benefits 1,364,864 

Transportation and communication 774,189 

Services 4,033,777 

Supplies and equipment ' 2,778,870 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets . . 1 69,526 
Transfer payments 

Grants to Municipalities and Conservation 

Authorities 62,856 

25,784,938 
Less: Recoveries from other Programs and 

Ministries 880,369 



24,904,569 



Commercial Fish and Fur (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 
Grant to Ontario Council of 

Commercial Fisheries .... $ 5,000 
Freight equalization assis- 
tance to commercial 
fishermen 71,074 

Total for Resource Products 

Program 



670,111 

39,534 

69,804 

135,946 

131,245 



76,074 



1,122,714 



33,417,722 



XXIII. 



MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION 
AND COMMUNICATIONS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 332 

Statement of Receipts and Credits 333 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Administration 335 

Maintenance 337 

Construction 340 

Public Operations 342 

Safety and Regulation 344 

Statutory 335, 340, 342 

Summary 334 



331 



332 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

XXIII.-MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

Services— construction and maintenance 1,726,530 

Property payments 1 5,8 1 

Other 35,678 1,778,018 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Vehicles, transfers, etc 186.712,778 

Driver, driver examinations, abstracts, etc 16,012,315 

Common carriers 8,215,974 

Sign and house moving 89,861 

Encroachment permits 12,712 211,043.640 

Fines and Penalties 

Property damage 1,1 33,988 

Liquidated damages and forfeitures 150,81 1 1,284,799 

Sales— Land and Buildings 2,443,674 

Sales— Other 

Scrap, obsolete parts and material 1 19,009 

Dial-a-bus units 60.396 

Plans, manuals, traffic booklets, etc 33,679 

Maps 17,967 231,051 

Facilities 

Service centre rentals 3,041 ,549 

Property rentals 662,661 3,704,210 

Miscellaneous 

Share of rental income on houses purchased for expressways 125,799 

Other 20,424 146,223 

Government of Canada 

Reimbursements of Expenditures- 
Railway Transport Committee 702,651 

Attawapiskat Airport 90,000 792,651 

Other 7,297 799,948 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Krauss Maffei 8,500,000 

Expressway agreements 984, 1 97 

Municipalities 71,399 

Canadian National Railways 50,663 9,606,259 

Revenue 231,037,822 






PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 333 

XXIII. -MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND CREDITS 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Credits 

Construction Trust Account 1 30,344 

Contract security deposits 1 2,93 1 

Reserve for asset replacement 250 143,525 

Receipts and Credits 143,525 



334 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXIII.-MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 







1974-75 


1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 






Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


31,660,084 


Ministry Administration 


34,760,000 


32,080,605 


200,885,878 


Maintenance 


254,634,000 


253,153,409 


421,248,423 


Construction 


497,510,000 


487,121,026 


20,769,853 


Public Operations 


22,042,000 


20,382,644 


15,761,116 


Safety and Regulation 


19,331,000 


19,193,549 


347,513 


Ontario Seasonal Employment 
Ministry Total 






690,672,867 


828,277,000 


811,931,233 


6,347,874 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


35,000 


9,118,393 


684,324,993 


828,242,000 


802,812,840 








684,357,637 


Total Expenditure 


828,277,000 


811,719,954 


6,000,000 


Total Disbursements 






315,230 


Total Charges 




211,279 


690,672,867 


828,277,000 


811,931,233 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



335 



XXIII.-MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS -Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Program and Activities 



Total 



Actual 



2301 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



5,153,000 
2,428,000 
1,761,000 

938,000 
3,588,000 
7,007,000 

200,000 
12,755,000 



33,830,000 

18,000 

5,000 

12,000 



70,000 



50,000 



775,000 



895,000 



5,153,000 
2,498,000 
1,761,000 

988,000 
3,588,000 
7,007,000 

200,000 
13,530,000 



34,725,000 

18,000 

5,000 

12,000 



33,865,000 



895,000 



34,760,000 



MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 

Main Office 

Financial Services 

Legal Services 

Personnel Services 

Audit and Management Services 

General Services 

Data Processing Services 

Policy Development and Research 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

City of Niagara Falls— Compensation for Loss 
of Taxes 

Total for Ministry Administration 



5,034,200 

2,469,151 

1,609,374 

944,430 

3,547,181 

7,001,806 

194,506 

11,244,984 



32,045,632 
18,000 

4,973 

12,000 



32,080,605 



Program description: 

This program includes the general overall administration of the Ministry and such support services as cannot be 
allocated directly to the operational programs. 



336 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXIII. -MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMl NICATIONS-Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 2301 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 
Workmen's Compensation. . $ 687,319 
Other 239.907 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 
Ontario Good Roads 

Association 3,000 

Roads and Transportation 

Association of Canada . . . 36,455 

Sixth International Con- 
ference on Alcohol. Drugs 

and Traffic Safety 15.000 

Canadian Conference of 
Motor Transport 
Authorities 7.500 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

City of Niagara Falls— Compensation for 
Loss of Taxes 

Financial Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Legal Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Personnel Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



$ 
2.478.565 



927.226 
116.748 
858.098 
591 608 



61.955 

5.034.200 
18,000 
4.973 

12,000 



5,069.173 


1 .950.433 

197,640 

88,672 

232,268 

138 


2,469,151 


413.130 

42.714 

21.184 

1,130,982 

1,364 


1,609,374 


809,529 

82,738 
21,622 
29,186 

1,355 


944,430 



Audit and Management Services (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

General Services (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries 

Data Processing Services (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Activities and 
other Ministries 

Policy Development and Research (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets. 
Transfer payments 

Total for Ministry Administration 
Program 



2.758.524 

340.796 

307,170 

139,837 

854 

3,547,181 



1,835,594 
179,619 
819,784 
934,857 

3,412,641 

7,182,495 
180,689 

7,001,806 



1,361.628 
151,004 

13,951 
2,574,339 

87,641 

4,188,563 

3,994,057 

194,506 



3,271,536 
301,378 
469,603 

1,684.972 
542.956 

4,724,534 
250.005 

11,244.984 



32,080,605 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



337 



XXHI.-MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 
Approvals 



Program and Activities 



Total 



Actual 



2302 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



35,363,000 
38,501,000 

7,304,000 

16,753,000 

200,000 

1,803,000 

134,502,000 
9,901,000 
1,267,000 



3,700,000 
2,100,000 

800,000 

200,000 

1,900,000 

260,000 

80,000 



39,063,000 
40,601,000 

7,304,000 

17,553,000 

200,000 

2,003,000 

136,402,000 

10,161,000 

1,347,000 



245,594,000 



9,040,000 



254,634,000 



MAINTENANCE PROGRAM 

General Maintenance 

Winter Maintenance 

Repaving Present Roads 

District Administration 

Development Roads 

Roads in Unincorporated Townships in 
Northern Ontario 

Municipal Maintenance 

Supply and Special Services 

Maintenance Administrative Services. . . 

Total for Maintenance 



38,966,276 

40,259,718 

7,299,550 

17,306,078 

135,590 

1,945,837 

135,794,014 

10,099,635 

1,346,711 



253,153,409 



Program description : 

This program includes the maintenance of the King's Highway System and assistance to municipalities towards the 
maintenance costs of the municipal road and transit systems. The program also includes a number of support activities. 



338 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXIII -MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS-Continued 

MAINTENANCE PROGRAM-VOTE 2302 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



General Maintenance (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Connecting link maintenance 

Less: Recoveries from other Activities. 

Winter Maintenance (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Connecting link maintenance 

Repaving Present Roads (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Connecting link repaving 

District Administration (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



23,626,821 

2,575.662 

784,021 

10,209,522 

20,619,774 

122,610 

57,938,410 
18,972,134 

38,966.276 



18,065.485 

1.374.616 

85.120 

12,924,698 
7,634.705 

175,094 

40,259,718 



560,047 

62,418 

116,988 

4,901,683 

1,374,873 

283,541 
7,299,550 



13,106,512 
1,704,692 
1,260,270 

220,457 
1,014,147 

17,306,078 



Development Roads (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Roads in Unincorporated Townships 
in Northern Ontario (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Less: Advances from Local Roads Boards, 
Statute Labour Boards and other 
groups 

Municipal Maintenance (Item 7) 

Transfer payments 

Road subsidies $ 98,927,304 

Transit operating subsidies. . 36,866,710 

Supply and Special Services (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



2,050 
1,498 
116 
6.652 
5,694 
119.580 



135.590 



537.567 

34,140 

38.136 

1,606.317 

280,806 

3,235 

2,500.201 



554.364 



1,945.837 



135.794.014 
135,794.014 



3,311,735 
351,003 
511,065 

390.059 

5,535,773 

10,099.635 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



339 



XXIII. -MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS-Continued 

MAINTENANCE PROGRAM-VOTE 2302 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Maintenance Administrative Services 
(Item 9) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Total for Maintenance Program 



1,038.464 
120,812 
84,111 
101,906 

1.418 

1,346,711 
253,153,409 



340 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXIII.-MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




and 
Item 


Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


2303 








CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM 




1 


244,111,000 


9,475,000 


253,586,000 


Construction and Property Acquisition 


253,258,407 


2 


5,100,000 


600,000 


5,700,000 


Development Roads 


5.669,765 


3 


1,101,000 




1,101,000 


Roads in Unincorporated Townships in 
Northern Ontario 


1,095,767 


4 


182,204,000 




182,204,000 


Municipal Construction 


174,494,021 


5 


54,919,000 




54,919,000 


Construction Services 


52,391.787 




487,435,000 


10,075,000 


497,510,000 


486,909,747 


S 








Trust Accounts 


211.279 


Total for Construc tion 






487,435,000 


10,075,000 


497,510,000 


487,121,026 









Program description : 

This program includes the construction of King's Highways, airstrips and ferries, including the planning, design 
and acquisition of property, and supervision of construction activities, and the assisting of municipalities in the 
planning and construction costs of municipal roads and transit systems. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



341 



XXIII. -MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS-Continued 
CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM-VOTE 2303 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Construction and Property Acquisition $ 

(Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 21,880,574 

Employee benefits 1,937,989 

Transportation and communication 3,636,304 

Services 3,827,183 

Supplies and equipment 25,569,816 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets. . 184,041,109 
Transfer payments 

Connecting link construction S 9,403,136 

Urban expressways 2,41 3,209 

Airstrip development 149,038 

Other construction, such as 
illumination and traffic 
signals 400,049 



Development Roads (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets. 
Transfer payments 



Roads in Unincorporated Townships in 
Northern Ontario (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets. 



174,998 
12,779 
14,565 
551,433 
228,432 
113,560 



1,095,767 



Municipal Construction (Item 4) 

Transfer payments 

Road subsidies S 132,657,048 

Transit capital subsidies. . . . 17,211,939 
Subway construction sub- 
sidies 24,625,034 



Construction Services (Item 5) 



Total for Construction Program 



174.494.021 
174.494.021 





Salaries and wages 


31,699,821 




Employee benefits 


3,703,623 




Transportation and communication 


3,217.294 


12,365,432 


Services 


8,533,661 




Supplies and equipment 


489,266 




253,258,407 


Acquisition/Construction of physical assets. . 
Transfer payments 


2,918,211 








Urban transportation studies— planning 






and operations 


1,829,911 


140,433 


52,391,787 


7,606 






14,121 




398,281 


Trust Accounts 




69.642 


Statutory Appropriations 




241.286 






4,798.396 


Charges 

Payments from Construction Trust 

Account 




5,669,765 


211,279 



211,279 



487,121,026 



342 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXIII. -MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMl NICATIONS-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2304 

1 


$ 

11,256,000 

945,000 

97,000 

3,230,000 


$ 

4,111,000 

105,000 
2,298,000 


$ 

15,367,000 

945,000 

202,000 

5,528,000 


PUBLIC OPERATIONS PROGRAM 


$ 
5 357 800 


2 
3 
4 


Air Services 

Ontario Telephone Service Commission 

Ontario Northland Transportation 

Commission 

Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority. . . 
Total for Public Operations 


489,800 
162,336 

5,500,567 


S 


15,528,000 


6,514,000 


22,042,000 


11,510,503 
8,872,141 




15,528,000 


6,514,000 


22,042,000 


20,382,644 



Program description : 

The program is designed to promote, develop, implement new and/or alternative methods of transportation 
including the administration of GO-Transit and of an Air Service activity providing air transport to selected com- 
munities lacking adequate public transportation links; to provide assistance and advice to independent telephone 
systems and to administer The Telephone Act; and to cover operating losses of selected services operated by the Ontario 
Northland Transportation Commission on behalf of the Ministry. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



343 



XXIII. -MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMLNICATIONS-Continued 

PUBLIC OPERATIONS PROGRAM-VOTE 2304 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



GO Transit (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets. 

Air Services (Item 2) 
Transfer Payments 

Ontario Telephone Service Commission 
(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and Equipment 



226.033 
18,209 

2,692,857 
291,359 
443,586 

1,685,756 



5,357.800 



489.800 



489.800 



65.062 
7.351 
10.204 
44.890 
34,829 



162.336 



Ontario Northland Transportation 
Commission (Item 4) 

Transfer Payments 



Toronto Area Transit Operating 
Authority 

Statutory Appropriation 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Service 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets 



Total for Public Operations Program 



5.500.567 



5.500.567 



412,351 
30.036 

3.351.695 

731.885 

3.313.956 

1,032,218 

8,872,141 

20,382,644 



344 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXIII. -MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2305 

1 

2 
3 
4 


$ 

6,302,000 

10,313,000 

403,000 

493,000 


$ 

1,250,000 

500,000 

70,000 


$ 

7,552,000 

10,813,000 

473,000 

493,000 


SAFETY AND REGULATION PROGRAM 

Licensing 

Examination, Inspection and Enforcement . . . 
Ontario Highway Transport Board 


$ 

7,547,173 

10,742,946 

444,355 

459,075 




Total for Safety and Regulation 






17,511,000 


1,820,000 


19,331,000 


19,193,549 



Program description: 

The program provides for the co-ordination and promotion of safety; the licensing of drivers and vehicles; and the 
licensing and enforcement of for-hire transport under The Public Vehicles Act, The Public Commercial Vehicles Act 
and The Motor Vehicles Transport Act (Canada). 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



345 



XXIII.-MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS-Concluded 

SAFETY AND REGULATION PROGRAM-VOTE 2305 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Licensing (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Examination, Inspection and 
Enforcement (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Ontario Highway Transport Board 
(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication .... 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



3,669,152 


387,280 


39,753 


2,222.884 


1,228,104 


7,547,173 



8,421,700 
911,088 
610,742 
557,604 
241,812 

10,742,946 



396,897 

34,821 

4,206 

4,727 
3,704 

444,355 



Program Administration (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Ontario Traffic Conference.. $ 10,000 

Canada Safety Council 10,000 

Traffic Injury Research 

Foundation 10,000 

Ontario Safety League 25,000 

Roadeo Awards 2,875 

Total for Safety and Regulation 
Program 



315,215 

42,326 

14.435 

25,520 

3,704 



57.875 



459,075 



19.193,549 



XXIV. 



SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT POLICY 



FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 348 

Statement of Expenditure 

Social Development Policy 350 

Statutory 350 

Summary 349 



347 



348 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

XXIV.-SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT POLICY 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ 
Recovery of Prior years' Expenditures 162 

Rl VENUE 162 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



349 



XXIV.-SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT POLICY 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 
493,794 


Social Development Policy 

Total for Social Development Policy 
Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total Expenditure 


$ 
995,000 


$ 
854,226 


493,794 
15,740 


995,000 
18,000 


854,226 
18,000 


478,054 


977,000 


836,226 


493,794 


995,000 


854,226 



350 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXIV.-SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT POLICY-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




and 
Item 


Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2401 

1 


$ 

533,000 
444,000 


$ 


$ 

533,000 
444,000 


SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT POLICY 
PROGRAM 

Social Development Policy 


$ 

509,450 
326,776 


2 


Social Development Councils 

Minister's Salary 

Total for Social Development Policy 


S 


977,000 
18,000 




977,000 
18,000 


836,226 
18,000 




995,000 




995,000 


854,226 



Program description: 

This Cabinet Committee, chaired by the Provincial Secretary for Social Development, is responsible for the develop- 
ment and coordination of policy recommendations within the Social Development Policy Field. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



351 



XXIV.-SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT POLICY -Concluded 

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT POLICY PROGRAM-VOTE 2401 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



509,450 
18,000 



527,450 



Social Development Policy (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 299,569 

Employee benefits 24,814 

Transportation and communication 48,263 

Services 101,810 

Supplies and equipment 34,994 

Minister's Salary 

Social Development Councils (Item 2) $ 

Salaries and wages 166,751 

Employee benefits 6,671 

Transportation and communication 69,348 

Services 44,792 

Supplies and equipment 39,214 

Total for Social Development 

Policy Program 854,226 



326,776 



XXV. 



MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 



FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 






TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 354 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Administration 356 

University Support 358 

Colleges and Adult Education Support 360 

Student Affairs 362 

Cultural and General Education 364 

Archives 366 

Statutory 356 

Summary 355 



353 



354 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

XXV.-MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Recovery oe Prior Years' Expenditures 

Student fellowships, scholarships and grants 804,722 

Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology—grants 212,520 

Other 10,758 1,028.000 

Fi is. Licences and Permits 

Tradesmen and apprentices 952,470 

Registered nursing assistants Ill .020 

Registration re trade schools 12,700 

Other 2.532 1 ,078.722 

Sales 

Publications, etc 14,663 

Miscellaneous 455 

Government of Canada 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Adult Occupational Training Agreement re industrial and adult training. . . . 60.126,658 

Bilingual Program 2,212,508 

Ontario Veterinary College Project 1 ,377,570 

Bursaries and fellowships for second language study 970,530 

Training for Post Office Workers 333,043 

Citizenship and Language Instruction Agreement 297,572 

Payment re processing of Canada student loans 288,547 

Indian Affairs and Northern Development training projects 25,500 

Other 12,621 65,644.549 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Public hospitals re: Registered Nursing Assistants' Schools 1.461.802 

The Centennial Centre of Science and Technology 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 667 

Fees. Licences and Permits 

Admission 1.231,857 

Parking 251,303 1.483.160 

Sales 

Souvenirs 7.508 

Facilities 

Concessions 1 14.376 

Rentals 5.985 120.361 



Miscellaneous 752 



Revenue 70.840.639 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



355 



XXV.-MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 







1974-75 


1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 






Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


3,638,549 


Ministry Administration 


4,556,700 


4,269,314 


503,100,605 


University Support 


571,426,000 


569,908,420 


242,114,749 


Colleges and Adult Education Support 


263,277,200 


259,673,852 


35,816,645 


Student Affairs 


45,456,000 


44,693,776 


39,072,055 


Cultural and General Education 


52,828,050 


52,073,418 


491,306 


Archives 

Ministry Total 


629,000 


599,927 


824,233,909 


938,172,950 


931,218,707 


17,931 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


23,000 


23,018 


824,215,978 


938,149,950 


931,195,689 








824,233,883 


Total Expenditure 


938,172,950 


931,218,661 


26 


Total Charges 




46 


824,233,909 


938,172,950 


931,218,707 



356 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXV.-MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND LNIVERSITIES-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2501 

1 

2 
3 


$ 

567,900 

934,200 

2,857,900 


$ 
173,700 


$ 

741,600 

934,200 

2,857,900 


MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 

Main Office 


$ 

724,782 
764,466 

2,757,048 




Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Reserve for Outstanding Cheques 


S 
S 

s 


4,360,000 

18,000 

5,000 


173,700 


4,533,700 
18,000 
5,000 


4,246,296 
18,000 

4,972 
46 




Total for Ministry Administration 






4,383,000 


173,700 


4,556,700 


4,269,314 



Program description: 

This program consists of the central administrative and support services necessary for the operating programs of 
the Ministry. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



357 



XXV.-MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES-Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 2501 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 
Council of Ministers of 

Education $ 95,446 

Non-Statutory Grants. . . . 226,800 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Policy and Planning (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



285,122 
29,290 
38,495 
32,209 
17,420 



322.246 



724,782 
18,000 

4,972 


747,754 



200,306 
19,191 
36,055 

504,928 
3,986 



764,466 



Common Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Charges 

Payments from Reserve for Outstanding 
Cheques 

Total for Ministry Administration 
Program 



1,576.665 
160.791 
173,762 
668.411 
177,419 

2,757,048 



46 



4,269,314 



358 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXV.-MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2502 

1 

2 

3 


$ 

529,100 
570,619,000 

122,900 


$ 

99,000 
56,000 


$ 

529,100 

570,718,000 

178,900 


UNIVERSITY SUPPORT PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Grants for Universities and Related 

Organizations 

University Advisory Committee 


$ 

460,688 

569,287,992 
159,740 




Total for University Support 






571,271,000 


155,000 


571,426,000 


569,908,420 



Program description : 

This program includes grants to universities for operating costs and debenture payments. Also included is the 
Minister's advisory committee on university affairs. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



359 



XXV. -MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES-Continued 

UNIVERSITY SUPPORT PROGRAM-VOTE 2502 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication '. 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



292,470 
28,266 

7,830 
127,644 

4,478 



460, t 



Grants for Universities and Related 
Organizations (Item 2) 

Transfer payments 

Grants for Operating Costs 485,802,875 

Grants to compensate for Municipal 

Taxation 7,089,650 

Debentures — Instalments of Principal and 

Interest 76,395,467 

569,287,992 

University Advisory Committee (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 70,484 

Employee benefits 5,860 

Transportation and communication 20,588 

Services 55,558 

Supplies and equipment 7,250 

159,740 

Total for University Support 
Program 569,908,420 



360 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXV.-MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND I NIVERSITIES-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2503 

1 


$ 

5,601,200 
255,412,800 

242,000 

1,648,800 
179,200 


$ 
168,200 

25,000 


$ 

5,601.200 
255,581,000 

242,000 

1,648,800 
204,200 


COLLEGES AND ADULT EDUCATION 
SUPPORT PROGRAM 

Program Administration 


$ 
5 529 134 


2 
3 


Grants for Colleges of Applied Arts and 
Technology and Other Organizations 

Grants for Apprentices and Training in 


252,191,074 
159 389 


4 

5 


Schools for Registered Nursing Assistants. . . . 

Ontario Council of Regents for Colleges of 
Applied Arts and Technology 

Total for Colleges and Adult Education 
Support 


1,590,389 
203,866 




263,084,000 


193,200 


263,277,200 


259,673,852 









Program description: 

This program includes grants to Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology for operating costs, debenture payments, 
adult training and apprentices* tuition. Also included are payments to industrial companies for in-plant training, 
operating costs of six schools for registered nursing assistants and the Minister's advisory council on Colleges of Applied 
Arts and Technology. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



361 



XXV.-MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES-Continued 

COLLEGES AND ADULT EDUCATION SUPPORT PROGRAM-VOTE 2503 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration 
(Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Grants for Apprentices and Training in 
Industry (Item 3) 

Transfer payments 

Training in Industry 

Workmen's Compensation premium 

on behalf of Apprentices 

Apprentices' living allowances 



4,109.503 

481,273 

303,928 

572,442 

61,988 



5,529,134 



Grants for Colleges of Applied Arts and 

Technology and Other Organizations 

(Item 2) 

Transfer payments 

Grants for Operating Costs 170,792,922 

Grants to compensate for Municipal 

Taxation 2,476,850 

Debentures— Instalments of Principal and 

Interest 26,381,530 

Grants for Adult Training 45,246,385 

Apprentices' Tuition 6,959,387 

Part Time Industrial Training 

(Institutional) 334,000 



252,191,074 



124,032 

26,723 
8,634 



159,389 



Schools for Registered Nursing Assistants 
(Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Students' Living Allowances 



984,004 

91,602 

8,994 

31,675 
54,770 

419,344 



1,590,389 



Ontario Council of Regents for 

Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology 

(Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 49,266 

Employee benefits 4,471 

Transportation and communication 27,347 

Services 122,701 

Supplies and equipment 81 

203,866 

Total for Colleges and Adult 

Education Support Program 259,673,852 



362 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXV.-MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




and 
Item 


Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2504 

1 


$ 

976,200 

39,979,000 

464,800 


$ 

140,000 
3,896,000 


$ 

1,116,200 

43,875,000 

464,800 


STUDENT AFFAIRS PROGRAM 


$ 

1,115,418 

43,164,976 

413,382 


2 


Student Support 


3 


Summer Experience Youth Projects 

Total for Student Affairs 




41,420,000 


4,036,000 


45,456,000 


44,693,776 







Program description: 

This progiam provides grants, fellowships and bursaries to students and includes the Ontario Student Assistance 
Program, Ontario Graduate Scholarships, Ontario/Quebec Exchange Fellowships, Secondary School Bursaries, and 
Part-time Student Loan and Bursary Programs. Also included are Youth Secretariat projects for students during the 
summer vacation. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



363 



XXV.-MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES-Continued 

STUDENT AFFAIRS PROGRAM-VOTE 2504 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item I) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Student Support (Item 2) 

Transfer payments 

Ontario Student Assistance Program . . . 

Ontario Gradute Fellowships 

Ontario Graduate Scholarships 

Part-time Student Loans Program 

Part-time Student Bursaries Program. . . 

Secondary School Bursaries 

Ontario/Quebec Exchange Fellowships . . 
Bursaries to Second Language Teachers 
Fellowships for Second Language Study, 
Other awards 



566,574 
55,762 
22,852 

457,235 
12,995 



1,115,418 



39,445,128 

247,500 

2,150,906 

22,329 
141,648 
133,950 

53,250 
580,805 
375,839 

13,621 

43,164,976 



Summer Experience Youth Projects 
(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services , 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

O.Y.S.E. project $ 12,900 

Venture Capital project 1 1.845 

Youth and the Arts project . . . 269.251 



76,297 

3,007 

20,875 

17,983 

1,224 



293.996 



413,382 



Total for Student Affairs Program 



44,693,776 



364 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXV-MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2505 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


320,200 

23,837,600 

18,264,200 

7,000,000 

1,070,000 

1,000,000 


$ 

136,100 
469,450 
580,500 
150,000 


c 

456,300 

24,307,050 

18,844,700 

7,150,000 

1,070,000 

1,000,000 


CULTURAL AND GENERAL 
EDUCATION PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Provincial Institutions and Organizations. . . . 

Local and Regional Organizations 

Province of Ontario Council for the Arts 

Outreach Ontario 


$ 

453,529 

24,272,089 

18,490,713 

7,150,000 

746,401 


6 


Building Conservation 

Total for Cultural and General 
Education 


960,686 




51,492,000 


1,336,050 


52,828,050 


52,073,418 



Program description : 

This program provides support for cultural and related institutions and organizations such as the Centennial 
Centre of Science and Technology, the Ontario Educational Communications Authority, the Art Gallery of Ontario, 
the Province of Ontario Council for the Arts and the Royal Ontario Museum as well as for public libraries and local 
museums. Provision is also made for new initiatives in the field of Building Conservation. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



365 



XXV.-MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES-Continued 

CULTURAL AND GENERAL EDUCATION PROG RAM -VOTE 2505 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Book Publishing Subsidy 



Provincial Institutions and Organizations 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 
The Royal Ontario Museum . $5,714,000 
The Art Gallery of Ontario . 2.497.000 
The Ontario Educational 
Communications Authority 

Operating 7,800,000 

Advance for Network 

Expansion 1,500,000 

The McMichael Canadian 

Collection 464,612 

The Royal Botanical Gardens 495.000 

CJRT-FM Corporation .... 564,422 



Local and Regional Organizations 
(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grants to Public Libraries. . $ 16,204,807 
The Elliot Lake Centre for 

Continuing Education. . . . 250,000 

Grants to Local Museums. . 578,959 

Grants to Historical Societies 6,003 

Grants for Historical Plaques 200 

Grants for Cultural Support 1 ,000,000 



19,035,034 



24,272,089 



301,319 
28,059 
45,350 
49,453 
26,563 



,8,039,969 



18,490,713 



183,207 
15,368 
9,629 

38 754 


Transfer payments 

Grant to the Province of Ontario Council 
for the Arts 


7,150,000 


5,587 
200,984 


Outreach Ontario (Item 5) 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 






453,529 


49,972 
137,019 
63,558 

495,852 






Building Conservation (Item 6) 




3,488,318 

291,002 

98,823 

640,401 

718,511 


746,401 





Province of Ontario Council for the Arts 
(Item 4) 



Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Transfer payments 

Financial Assistance for Designated 
Structures 



Total for Cultural and General 
Education Program 



255 
10,431 



950,000 
960,686 



52,073,41! 



366 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXV.-MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2506 

1 


$ 
629,000 


$ 


$ 
629,000 


ARCHIVES PROGRAM 


$ 
599,927 




Total for Archives 






629,000 




629,000 


599,927 



Program description : 

This program is concerned with acquiring and preserving non-published records of research value. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



367 



XXV.-MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES-Concluded 

ARCHIVES PROGRAM -VOTE 2506 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Archives (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 420,592 

Employee benefits 40.01 8 

Transportation and communication 1 1,713 

Services 74, 1 85 

Supplies and equipment 53,419 

Total for Archives Program 599,927 



599,927 



XXVI. 



MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND 
SOCIAL SERVICES 



FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 370 

Statement of Receipts and Credits 371 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Administration 373 

Income Maintenance 376 

Social and Institutional Services: 

Capital, Operating and Other Grants 378 

Community Services: 

Subsidies and Grants to Community Groups and Agencies 380 

Mental Retardation 382 

Statutory t . . . 373, 380, 382 

Summary 372 



369 



370 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

XXVI. -MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ S 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 240.489 

Taxation 

Office of Athletics Commissioner 1 7.729 

Fi i s. Licences and Permits 

Office of Athletics Commissioner 5.004 

Day nurseries • 4.562 

Courses for youth in recreation 2.640 

Boarding homes 890 1 3.096 

Sales 

Farm stock 60.8 1 9 

Meals-on-wheels 1 6.676 

Scrap and salvage 6.090 

Occupational therapy products 3.907 

Other 12.220 99.712 



Facilities 

Recovery of maintenance from public trustee re mentally retarded facilities 863.087 

Meals 394. 1 38 

Recovery of maintenance from parents 1 77.435 

Rental of houses 1 55.426 

Other 5.263 1.595.349 



Miscellaneous 20.381 

Government of Canada 

Reimbursements of Expenditures- 
Canada Assistance Plan 261 .469.142 

Replacement of Canada Assistance Plan — Extended Care 25.668,791 

Vocational Rehabilitation Agreement 8,004,373 

Indian Welfare Services Agreement 5,053,141 

Citizenship and Language Agreement 80.135 

Language Text-book Agreement 77,277 

National Health and Welfare grants 39.453 

Disabled Persons' Allowances Agreement 38,250 

Blind Persons' Allowances Agreement 16,915 

Indian Community Development Agreement 1.642 300,449,1 19 

Reimbursements oe Expenditures 

Recovery of allowances from other provinces 4,466 

Revenue * 302,440,341 






PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 371 

XXVI.-MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND CREDITS 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Credits 

Ontario Olympic Lottery Sports Fund 3,502,345 

National study on sports and recreation— Federal Government grant 95,196 

Contract security deposits— Athletics Commissioner 14,979 

Bequests and scholarships 4,272 3,616,792 

Receipts and Credits 3,616,792 



372 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXVI. -MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 







1974-75 


1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 






Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


24,389,295 


Ministry Administration 


36,772,300 


36,578.774 


290,160,687 


Income Maintenance 


367,560,000 


361,485,155 


137,756,733 


Social and Institutional Services: 
Capital, Operating and Other Grants 


174,336,900 


170,443,191 


12,192,286 


Community Services: Subsidies and Grants to Community 
Groups and Agencies 


10.113,000 


10,404,198 


97,728,532 


Mental Retardation 
Ministry Total 


106,491.700 


106.481,990 


562,227,533 


695,273.900 


685,393,308 


15,740 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


18,000 


1.660.436 


562,211.793 


695,255,900 


683,732,872 








562,227,533 


Total Expenditure 


695,273,900 


683.750,872 




Total Charges 




1 ,642.436 


562,227,533 


695.273.900 


685,393,308 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



373 



XXVI.-MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2601 

1 

2 
3 


$ 

1,728,600 

371,000 

51,000 

3,623,000 

8,278,000 

662,000 

983,000 

12,506,000 

3,830,000 
465,000 
284,400 


$ 

121,700 
80,000 

165,400 
1,502,500 
44,000 
190,100 
687,500 
375,000 

806,100 


$ 

1,850,300 

451,000 

51,000 

3,788,400 

9,780,500 
706,000 

1,173,100 
13,193,500 

4,205,000 
465,000 

1,090,500 


MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 

Main Office 


$ 

1,850,172 
450 944 




50,640 


4 
5 
6 
7 
8 


Financial and Administrative Services 

Program Development Administration 

Communications 

Research 

Program Delivery Administration 


3,767,708 

9,774,593 

705,666 

1,100,828 

13,193,487 


9 




4,204,175 


10 
11 


Training Services 

Transfer Payments and Grants 


395,061 
1 ,067,500 




Minister's Salary 

Total for Ministry Administration 




S 


32,782,000 
18,000 


3,972,300 


36,754,300 
18,000 


36,560,774 
18,000 




32,800,000 


3,972,300 


36,772,300 


36,578,774 



Program description : 

This program provides for the overall administration of the Ministry including the delivery of services through 
district and area offices. It also includes transfer payments and grants to private agencies and : societies. 



374 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXVI. -MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES-Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 2601 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Minister's Salary 

Board of Review (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Soldiers' Aid Commission (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Soldiers' Aid Commission 

Financial and Administrative Services 
(Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Program Development Administration 
(Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



1.132.261 

450.226 

124.312 

78.254 

65.119 

1.850.172 
18.000 



.172 



117.973 
17.777 
89.515 

215.113 
10.566 



450.944 



16.892 

1.701 

630 

417 

31,000 



50.640 



2.418.936 
238,802 
218.613 

603.573 
287,784 

3,767.708 



6.141.548 
556,748 
826,138 

1,587,103 
663,056 

9,774.593 



Communications (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Research (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Demonstration Projects 

Program Delivery Administration 
(Item 8) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Provincial Benefits (Item 9) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Training Services (Item 10) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



352,504 
33,419 
20.458 

224,589 
74.696 



705.666 



563.577 
42.536 
15.350 

153,018 
31.483 

294.864 



1.100,828 



10,239,137 

990,919 

1.316,295 

300.775 

346,361 

13.193,487 



3.267.657 
295,570 

47.907 
494.514 

98.527 

4.204,175 



224,877 
15.378 
11.572 

135,187 
8,047 



395,061 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



375 



XXVI.-MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES-Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 2601 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Transfer Payments and Grants (Item 1 1) 



ransfer payments 




Canadian Council on Social Development 


60,000 




60 000 


Canadian Legion, Ontario Provincial 




Command- 




British Empire Service League 


4,000 


Canadian Legion, Ontario Provincial 




Command- 




British Empire Service League, Poppy 




Fund 


1,200 




1,000 


Royal Canadian Humane Association .... 


200 


Salvation Army Grant for Special Services 


3,000 


St. Elizabeth Order of Nurses 


3,000 


Victorian Order of Nurses (Ontario) 


25,000 


Ontario Welfare Officers Association 


5,000 


Ontario Association of Family Service 






20,000 


Canadian Association on Gerontology. . . . 


1,500 


Ontario Geriatrics Research Society 


1,000 


Ontario Association of Children's Aid 






5 000 


Association for Early Childhood 




Education- 




Ontario 


5,000 


Special Grants to Municipalities- 




Town of Little Current 


1 3,400 


Township of Carnarvon 


1,600 


Senior Citizens' Centre Association of 




Ontario 


3,500 


Tenth International Congress of 




Gerontology 


2,000 


Bursaries and Other Training Costs 


53,500 


The Ministry of Community and Social 




Services Act 


4,500 


The Canadian Red Cross Society 


794,100 




1,067,500 


Total for Ministry Administration 




Program 


36,578,774 



376 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXVI. -MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the vear ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2602 

1 


$ 
367.560,000 


$ 


$ 
367.560.000 


INCOME MAINTENANCE PROGRAM 

Assistance and Benefit Payments 

Total for Income Maintenance 


$ 
361.485,155 




367.560,000 




367.560.000 


361.485.155 



Program description: 

This program provides financial assistance to persons in need; to aid in restoring, improving or maintaining the 
capacity of the individual to function or to obtain suitable employment. It also provides financial assistance through 
allowances to persons in training programs of vocational rehabilitation. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



377 



XXVI. -MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES-Continued 

INCOME MAINTENANCE PROGRAM-VOTE 2602 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Assistance and Benefit Payments $ 

(Item 1) 

Transfer payments 

Vocational rehabilitation living allowances 

and expenses 9.932,026 

Provincial allowances and benefits 246,047,435 

Financial support towards municipal 

allowances and benefits 104,944,091 

Ontario Drug Benefit Plan: 

Re: Provincial allowances and benefits . 1,628,888 

Re : Municipal allowances and benefits . . 2,400,000 

364.952.440 
Less: recovery of provincial allowances 
paid through court maintenance orders . 3,467,285 



Total for Income Maintenance 
Program 



361.485.155 



361.485.155 



378 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXVI. -MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2603 

1 


$ 

14,555,000 
152,821,000 


$ 
6,960,900 


$ 

14,555,000 
159.781,900 


SOCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL 

SERVICES PROGRAM: 

CAPITAL, OPERATING AND OTHER 

GRANTS 

Capital Grants 


$ 
10.960,283 


2 


Operating Subsidies, Grants and Purchases of 
Service 

Total for Social and Institutional 

Services: Capital, Operating and Other 
Grants 


159.482,908 




167,376,000 


6,960,900 


174,336,900 


170,443,191 



Program description: 

This program provides transfer payments in order to help restore or improve the capacity of the individual to 
function or to obtain suitable employment and includes family counselling services. It provides, through municipalities 
and non-profit organizations, funds for residential care for children, youth and the aged as well as social and recrea- 
tional centres for elderly persons. It also provides funds for the care and maintenance of children and youth and includes 
prevention, protection, adoption and day nursery services. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



379 



XXVI.-MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES-Continued 

SOCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES PROGRAM: 
CAPITAL, OPERATING AND OTHER GRANTS-VOTE 2603 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Capital Grants (Item 1) 

Transfer payments 

Care facilities for children 

Residential and support facilities; from 

young adults to senior citizens 

Sheltered workshops 



Operating Subsidies, Grants and 
Purchases of Service (Item 2) 

Transfer payments 

Subsidies towards operation and main- 
tenance of: 

Care facilities and services for children . 
Residential and support facilities; from 

young adults to senior citizens 

Sheltered workshops 

Payments and purchase of service arrange- 
ments for counselling, rehabilitative and 
other supportive social services 

Subsidies towards administration of muni- 
cipal and direct assistance and social 
services 



Total for Social and Institutional 
Services Program: Capital, 
Operating and Other Grants. . . . 



5.143,228 



3,855,789 
1,961,266 



10.960,283 



68.951,033 



71.351.962 
4.679.525 



6,173,959 



.326.429 



159,482,908 



170.443.191 



380 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXVI.-MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




and 
Item 


Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


2604 








COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM: 

SUBSIDIES AND GRANTS TO 

COMMUNITY GROUPS AND AGENCIES 




1 


230,000 


25,000 


255,000 


Community Participation and Citizenship. . . . 


254,897 


2 


1,816,000 




1.816.000 


Community Services for Native Peoples 


1.813.164 


3 


8,042,000 




8.042,000 


Recreation, Fitness and Sports 


6.693,959 




10,088,000 


25,000 


10.113,000 


8,762,020 


S 








Ontario Olympic Lottery Sports Fund 


1.441,353 


S 








National Study on Sports and Recreation .... 


95,196 


s 








Contract Security Deposits -Athletics 

Commissioner 


15,629 


s 








Coaching Development Program 

Total for Community Services Program : 
Subsidies and Grants to Community 
Groups and Agencies 


90.000 




10,088,000 


25,000 


10.113,000 


10.404,198 









Program description: 

This program provides the funding for language training, assistance to ethnic groups and newcomers, support 
for community organizations, community services to Native Peoples, leadership training, sports, fitness and recreation 
activities and student summer employment. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



381 



XXVI. -MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES-Continued 

COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM: SUBSIDIES AND GRANTS TO COMMUNITY 
GROUPS AND AGENCIES-VOTE 2604 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Community Participation and 


$ 


Citizenship (Item 1) 




Transfer payments 




Grants to newcomers and community 






254.897 






Community Services for Native Peoples 




(Item 2) 




Transfer payments 




Grants and assistance for special projects 




and services 


1.813.164 


Recreation, Fitness and Sports (Item 3) 




Transfer payments 




Financial assistance for community fitness 




programs, sports, camps and leadership 






2.306 943 


Support for municipal programs of 




recreation 


1.771.967 


Capital grants for community facilities . . . 


1.649.001 


Grants to municipalities and organizations 




for student summer employment projects 


966,048 


6.693.959 


Charges 




Ontario Olympic Lottery Sports Fund. . . . 


1,441,353 


National Study on Sports and Recreation . 


95,196 


Contract Security Deposits Athletics 




Commissioner 


15.629 


Coaching Development Program 


90,000 


1.642,178 


Total for Community Services 




Program: Subsidies and Grants to 




Community Groups and Agencies . . 


10,404,198 



382 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXVI. -MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2605 

1 


$ 
99.558,000 


$ 
6,933.700 


$ 
106.491,700 


MENTAL RETARDATION PROGRAM 

Mental Retardation 

Bequests and Scholarships 

Total for Mental Rftardation 


$ 
106.481,732 


S 


99,558,000 


6,933,700 


106,491.700 


106,481,732 
258 




99.558,000 


6.933.700 


106,491,700 


106 481 990 









Program description: 

This program provides developmental services, both residential and non-residential, for mentally retarded persons. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



383 



XXVI.-MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES-Concluded 

MENTAL RETARDATION PROGRAM-VOTE 2605 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Mental Retardation (Item 1) 



Salaries and wages 




74.923.596 


Employee benefits 




7.560.514 


Transportation and communication 




1.055.383 






3.018.087 






11.817.190 


Transfer payments 






Ontario Association for 






Mentally Retarded $ 


25,000 




Lorimer Lodge, Toronto 


5.000 




Payments in lieu of municipal 






taxes 


271.630 




Subsidies for operation and 






maintenance of residential 






facilities 


6.998.849 




Payments and purchases of 






service arrangements for 






protective and other com- 






munity supportive services 


808.984 


8.109.463 






106.484.233 


Less: Recoveries from other Minist 


-ies 


2.501 




106.481.732 


Charges 






Bequests and Scholarships 


ON 


258 


Total for Mental Rf.tardat 




Program 




106.481.990 



MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND RECREATION 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Administration 387 

Statutory 387 

Summary 386 






385 



386 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND RECREATION 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 


Ministry Administration 
Ministry Total 

Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total Expenditure 


$ 
201,600 


$ 
180,006 




201,600 
201,600 


1 80,006 
180,006 










201,600 


180,006 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



387 



MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND RECREATION-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 






VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


s 


$ 


$ 
201,600 


$ 
201,600 


MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 

Ministry Administration 


$ 
175,844 




Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Total for Ministry Administration 




S 

s 




201,600 


201,600 


175,844 
3,107 
1,055 






201,600 


201,600 


180,006 



Program description: 

This program provides overall direction, coordination and support services for the programs of the Ministry. 






388 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND RECREATION-Concluded 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Ministry Administration (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 39.622 

Employee benefits 2.985 

Transportation and communication 5.289 

Services 34.281 

Supplies and equipment 93.667 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Total for Ministry Administration 

Program 180.006 



175,844 
3.107 
1.055 



XXVII 



MINISTRY OF EDUCATION 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 390 

Statement of Receipts and Credits 391 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Administration 393 

Education Development and Administration 396 

Statutory , 393, 396 

Summary 392 



389 



390 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXVII.-MINISTRY OF EDUCATION 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ 
Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Tuition from teachers attending professional development courses 469,799 

Tuition from students attending teachers' colleges 442,651 

Tuition from other provinces for non-residents attending Ontario Schools for 

the Blind and Deaf 264,349 

Tuition from Government of Canada for Treaty Indians attending Ontario 

Schools for the Blind and Deaf 79,414 

Inspection of private secondary schools 20,122 

Certificates— teachers, students 16,912 

Sales 

Publications 

Facilities 

Perquisites 

Miscellaneous 

Government of Canada 

Reimbursements of Expenditures- 
Second Language Program 21,1 95,327 

French Language Instruction Agreement 2,730,000 

Teachers' Superannuation Contribution 175,804 

Training for Citizenship Instruction Agreement 129,745 

Ontario Educational Communications Authority 91 ,005 

Salaries of teachers on loan to the Canadian International Development 

Agency 75,912 

Young Voyageur Program 28,325 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Salaries of personnel loaned to Universities 

Revenue 



$ 

50,94*1 = 



1 ,293,241 



1,2 



84,5( 
9,( 



24,426,111 



12,661 



25,878,1* 









PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 391 

XXVII.— MINISTRY OF EDUCATION 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND CREDITS 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ $ 

Receipts 

Provincial Student-Aid Loans 192,042 



Credits 

Bequests and scholarships 26,700 

Correspondence courses relocation incidentals 9,365 

Ontario Education Association— Elementary Teachers' Loan Fund 937 37,002 

Receipts and Credits 229,044 



392 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXVII.-MINISTRY OF EDUCATION 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 
111,476,653 
1,298,892,575 


Ministry Administration 
Education Development and Administration 
Ministry Total 

Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total Expenditure 
Total Charges 


$ 

218,854,900 

1,387,161,000 


$ 
215,858,295 
1,382,387,636 


1,410,369,228 
60,968,778 


1,606,015,900 
66,630,000 


1,598,245,931 
65,492,464 


1 ,349,400,450 


1,539,385,900 


1,532,753,467 


1,410,345,445 

23,783 : 


1,606,015,900 


1,598,245,151 
780 


1,410,369,228 


1,606,015,900 


1,598,245,931 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



393 



XXVII. -MINISTRY OF EDUCATION-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



340,200 
91,922,200 

968,700 

75,900 

2,069,100 

1,721,400 

860,700 

228,700 
1,182,900 

345,200 



99,715,000 

18,000 

5,000 

66,607,000 



52,229,100 



280,800 



340,200 
144,151,300 

968,700 

75,900 

2,349,900 

1,721,400 

860,700 

228,700 
1,182,900 

345,200 



52,509,900 



152,224,900 

18,000 

5,000 

66,607,000 



166,345,000 



52,509,900 



218,854,900 



MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 

Minister's Office 

General Administration 

Communication Services 

Budget Services 

Education Data Processing 

Education Records 

Financial Management 

Legislation 

Management Services 

Personnel 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Teachers' Superannuation Fund (The 

Teachers' Superannuation Act, Sections 22 
and 23) 

Student Aid Loans Write-Off 

Trust Accounts 

Total for Ministry Administration 



322,040 
142,655,260 

917,191 

62,687 

2,144,024 

1,701,554 

854,824 

225,662 
1.182,362 

310,904 



150,376,508 

18,000 

5,000 

65,415,322 

42,685 

780 



215,858,295 



Program description : 

This program consists of a number of activities providing administrative direction and support services for the 
operational programs and ministerial agencies. 



394 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXVII. -MINISTRY OF EDUCATION-Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 2701 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Minister's Office (Item 1) $ 

Salaries and wages 197.492 

Employee benefits 33.973 

Transportation and communication 18.431 

Services 44.496 

Supplies and equipment 27.648 

322.040 

Minister's Salary 1 8.000 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 5.000 



345.040 



General Administration (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 588.261 

Employee benefits 57.500 

Transportation and communication 105.788 

Services 579.557 

Supplies and equipment 78.186 

Transfer payments 

Grant to the Canadian Education 

Association 102.645 

Grant to the Council of Ministers of 

Education and Interprovincial Programs 210.500 

Grant to the James Bay Education Centre. 580.000 

Grant to the Ontario Institute for Studies 

in Education 2.252.000 

Miscellaneous Grants (paid as directed by 

the Minister) 520.066 

Payments to Teachers' Superannuation 
Commission, etc. 
Compassionate allowances 
for ex-teachers, etc. (paid 
as directed by the Lieu- 
tenant Governor in 

Council) $ 2,120 

Payment on unfunded lia- 
bility of the Teachers' 
Superannuation Fund. . . . 68,478,000 
Payment on experience 

deficiency 55.909.800 

Provision to increase, where 
applicable, annual al- 
lowances under The 
Teachers' Superannu- 
ation Act to $2,400 and 
$1,200 for former con- 
tributors and their de- 
pendants. These minimum 
benefits include, in certain 
cases, any benefit entitle- 
ments under the Canada 
Pension Plan, and, actuari- 
ally reduced, will also apply 



to short service pensioners 
(F pensions) with ten or 
more years of service and 
theirdependants. Provision 
is also made for supple- 
mentary retirement benefits 
approved from time to time 
as a percentage increase to 
persons in receipt of allow- 
ances under The Teachers' 
Superannuation Act S 



13.190.837 137.580.757 



Teachers' Superannuation 
Fund (TheTeachers' Super- 
annuation Act. Sections 22 

and 23) 66.094,206 

Less : Recoveries from 

other Ministries 678.884 



Communication Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Budget Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



142,655.260 



65.415.322 



208.070.582 



521.709 
52.686 
21.569 
159,839 
161.388 

917.191 



53,707 

5,692 

541 

1.185 

1,562 

62,687 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



395 



XXVII. -MINISTRY OF EDUCATION-Continued 

MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 2701 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Education Data Processing (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Agencies. . . 

Education Records (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Ontario Scholarships 

Financial Management (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

JCharges 

Student Aid Loans Write-Off 

Bequests and Scholarships 



1.405.960 
125,676 
138,663 

1,663,770 
260,252 



3,594,321 
1,450.297 



2,144,024 



451.709 

58,940 

3,099 

278.083 

54,523 

855.200 



1,701,554 



641,766 

71.170 

9.536 

110.373 
21.979 



854,824 



42.685 
780 



898.289 



Legislation (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Management Services (Item 9) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Personnel (Item 10) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Ministry Administration 
Program 



184,890 
17,382 
4,036 
7,033 
12,321 



225,662 



620,111 

64,990 

329,765 

149,981 

17,515 



1,182,362 



223.773 

23,076 

20,610 

35,260 

8,185 



310.904 



215,858.295 



396 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXVII. -MINISTRY OF EDUCATION-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Program and Activities 



Total 



2702 



250,300 

10,230,700 

3,539,900 

670,600 

12,650,300 
3,867,400 

2,881,600 
5,046,400 

2,839,600 

1,257,000 

1,331,798,400 

771,600 

10,657,200 



1,386,461,000 



1,386,461,000 



91,100 



167,000 



243,900 



98,000 



100,000 



250,300 

10,321,800 

3,539,900 

837,600 

12,650,300 
4,111,300 

2,979,600 
5,046,400 

2,839,600 

1,357,000 

1,331,798,400 

771,600 

10,657,200 



700,000 



1,387,161,000 



700,000 



1,387,161,000 



EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT AND 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Education Development 
Curriculum Development 

Planning and Research 

Provincial Schools Services 

Schools for the Blind and Deaf 

Educational Programs in the Ontario 

Hospital Schools 

Correspondence Courses 

Teacher Education and Certification 

Education Administration 
Curriculum Services 

Educational Exchange and Special Projects. . 

School Business and Finance 

Supervisory Services 

Regional Services 

The Regional Municipality of Durham Act, 
1973 

Total for Education Development and 

Administration 



2,689,421 

1,312,062 

1,331,521,737 

620,005 

10,048,407 



1,382,376.959 
10,677 



1,382,387,636 



Program description: 

The activities comprising this program are aimed at fostering a wide range of opportunities so that every individual 
may experience a worthwhile education, and may have access to further educational experience consistent with his or 
her needs and those of society. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



397 



XXVII. -MINISTRY OF EDUCATION-Continued 
EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT AND ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 2702 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT 

Curriculum Development (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Ontario Educational Communications 
Authority conditional payments. . . . 

Planning and Research (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grants in aid of Educational Research. . 

Provincial Schools Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Schools for the Blind and Deaf (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



199.647 
20,002 

5.356 
6.624 
9.356 



240.985 



832,548 

79.569 

90.578 

266.902 

561.181 



6,979.004 



8.809,782 



430.549 

42.821 

12.451 

1,906.598 

28,888 

418,859 

2,840.166 



592,687 
59,822 
53,477 

113,515 
8,290 

827,791 



8,989,407 
931,836 
390,581 
463,697 

1,677,673 

12,453,194 



Educational Programs in the Ontario 
Hospital Schools (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Correspondence Courses (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Teacher Education and Certification (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION 

Curriculum Services (Item 9) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Educational Exchange and Special Projects 
(Item 10) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Programs of Cultural 

Exchange $ 381.592 

Ontario Young Travellers . . . 303.072 



3,512,114 

327,730 
59.022 
27.610 

184,817 



4,111.293 



1,261.098 

127.526 

16,046 

1,020,665 
553,196 



2,978.531 



2,897,064 

538,841 

75,469 

249,948 

162.263 

3,923,585 



1,555,950 
116,128 
408,762 
329,386 
279,195 



2,689,421 



318,836 
28,585 
92,525 

132,219 
55,233 



684.664 



1,312,062 



398 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXVII. -MINISTRY OF EDUCATION-Concluded 

EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT AND ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM-VOTE 2702 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



School Business and Finance (Item 11) $ 

Salaries and wages 787.634 

Employee benefits 86.842 

Transportation and communication 22.143 

Services 29.258 

Supplies and equipment 60.805 

Transfer payments 

General Legislative Grants 1,330,535.055 

1,331,521,737 

Payments pursuant to The Regional 

Municipality of Durham Act, 1973 10.677 

1.331.532.414 
Supervisory Services (Item 12) 

Salaries and wages 400.449 

Employee benefits 37,885 

Transportation and communication 104,238 

Services 57,862 

Supplies and equipment 19,571 



620,005 



Regional Services (Item 13) $ 

Salaries and wages 7,879,493 

Employee benefits 785,968 

Transportation and communication 836,073 

Services 190,619 

Supplies and equipment 356,254 

10,048,407 

Total for Education Development 

and Administration Program 1,382,387,636 



XXVIII. 



MINISTRY OF HEALTH 

FISCAL YEAR, 1974-75 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 400 

Statement of Receipts and Credits 402 

Statement of Expenditure 

Ministry Support Services . 404 

Promotion and Protection 406 

Treatment and Rehabilitation 408 

Statutory 404, 408 

Summary 403 



399 



400 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXVIH.-MINISTRY OF HEALTH 



STATEMENT OF REVENUE 



for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

Government Pharmacy Account 

Bursaries 

Ontario Health Insurance Plan— outstanding cheques— reserve reduction 

Motor vehicle sales 

Invoice adjustments 

Ontario Health Insurance Plan — fees re subrogation 

Motor vehicle accidents 

Health Resources Development Plan- 
Capital grants 1 3,62 1 

Operating grants 1 ,078 



Alcoholism and drug abuse— grants. 

Provincial research grants 

Public hospitals and boards— grants 
Other 



Fees, Licences and Permits 

Laboratory licensing 

Denture therapists' licensing 

Laboratory proficiency testing 

Nursing homes— 

The Nursing Homes Act 

The Homes for Special Care Act. 



3,880 
1,345 



Ambulance operators' fees 
Other 



287,811 
166,069 
114,851 
97,750 
36,208 
21,772 
20,162 



14,699 



7,426 
6,716 
3,594 

43,726 


302,675 
63,845 
61,049 



5,225 

2,883 
1,320 



820,784 



436,997 



Sales 

Service charges— Ontario Health Insurance Plan— premium collections. 

Laundry 

Steam 

Scrap and salvage 

Bank interest 

Ambulance service 

Insulin 

Occupational therapy products 

Meals on wheels 

Telephone 

E.E.G. tracings 

Swill and hides 

Other 



318,947 

73,830 

38,047 

33,236 

31,867 

27,293 

22,532 

13,988 

10,948 

9,150 

8,252 

2,923 

18,868 



609,881 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



401 



XXVIII.-MINISTRY OF HEALTH 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE-Continued 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Facilities 

Maintenance payments- 
Homes for Special Care . 
Psychiatric hospitals— 

In-patients 

Residential units . . 



Meals 

Accommodation 
Other 



200,827 
10,430 



7,485,701 



211,257 

688,451 

109,437 

405 



,495,251 



Premiums 

Ontario Health Insurance Plan 



548,095,482 



Miscellaneous 

Interest— bursaries . . 
Other— hospitals, etc. 



Government of Canada 

Reimbursements of Expenditures- 
Ontario Health Insurance Plan: 

Hospital Insurance and Diagnostic Services Act 

Medical Care Act 

Canada Assistance Plan— Homes for Special Care— residential costs 

Health Resources Fund Act— capital grants 

General health grants- 
Professional training grant— bursaries 

Recovery of 1973-1974 expenditures— Federal health grants — 

operating fund 

Hospitalization of indigent immigrants— general hospitals 



17,291 
10,268 



651,856,747 

275,166,761 

12,893,272 

10,502,270 



791,708 

256,765 
1,114 



27,559 



951,468,637 



Revenue 1,509,954,591 









402 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

XXVIII.— MINISTRY OF HEALTH 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND CREDITS 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ 
Receipts 

Loans to pubfic hospitals 

Credits 

Reserve for outstanding cheques 28, 1 55 

Ontario Hospital Association— Blue Cross 6,091 

Estates' funds 4,730 

Hospital trust accounts 3,984 

Bequests 3,040 

Home Care Program of Metropolitan Toronto 1,401 

Receipts and Credits 






11,783,650 



47,401 



11,831,051 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



403 



XXVIII. -MINISTRY OF HEALTH 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



1973-74 
Actual 


Programs 


1974-75 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


56,813,756 


Ministry Support Services 


72,900,200 


70,466,829 


60,421,369 


Promotion and Protection 


81,152,000 


66,142,034 


1,963,644,217 


Treatment and Rehabilitation 
Ministry Total 


2,443,758,500 


2,441,540,664 


2,080,879,342 


2,597,810,700 


2,578.149,527 


719,961 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


23,000 


204,939 


2,080,159,381 


2,597,787,700 


2,577,944,588 








2,047,537,475 


Total Expenditure 


2,556,939,700 


2,535,841,560 


33,270,400 


Total Disbursements 


40,871,000 


42,126,000 


71,467 


Total Charges, 




181,967 


2,080,879,342 


2,597,810,700 


2,578,149,527 



404 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXVI1I.-MINISTRY OF HEALTH-Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2801 

1 
2 


$ 

5,590,000 

7.570,000 

16,109,900 

42,078,100 


$ 
1,529,200 


$ 

5,590,000 

7,570,000 

16.109,900 

43,607,300 


MINISTRY SUPPORT SERVICES 
PROGRAM 

Ministry Office 

Health Standards 


$ 

5,096,490 
7,388,107 


3 


Health Services 


14,397,015 


4 




43,562,245 




Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Total for Ministry Support Services 




S 

s 


71.348,000 

18,000 

5,000 


1,529,200 


72,877.200 

18,000 

5,000 


70,443,857 
18,000 
4,972 




71,371,000 


1,529,200 




72,900,200 


70,466,829 



Program description : 

This program provides for the overall direction, co-ordination and administration of the Ministry's programs. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



405 



XXVIII.-MINISTRY OF HEALTH -Continued 

MINISTRY SUPPORT SERVICES PROGRAM-VOTE 2801 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Ministry Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Registered Nurses Association of Ontario. 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Health Standards (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries 



2,247,486 
833,549 
237,525 

1,254,860 
518,070 

5,000 

5,096,490 
18,000 

4,972 

5,119,462 



5.613.853 
609.710 
371,025 
612,831 
186.778 

7.394.197 
6.090 

7.388.107 



Health Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

District Health Councils 

Finance and Information Services 
(Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries 

Total for Ministry Support Services 
Program 



10,350.546 

965.748 

486.773 

661.682 

1.732.386 

199,880 

14,397,015 



29,271,184 
3,094,066 
1.902,154 
7,265,311 
2,187.072 

43,719.787 
157.542 

43.562,245 



70.466.829 



406 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXV III. -MINISTRY OF HEALTH-Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

lor the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2802 

1 


S 

34.114.000 
47,038,000 


S 


S 

34.114.000 
47.038.000 


PROMOTION AND PROTECTION 
PROGRAM 

Health Protection and Disease Prevention 


S 
32.146.188 


2 


Development of Health Resources 


33.995.846 




Total for Promotion and Protection 






81,152,000 




81.152.000 


66.142.034 



Program description : 

This program consists of activities designed to promote health, prevent and control disease and provide assistance 
in the development of health resources. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



407 



XXVIII.-MINISTRY OF HEALTH -Continued 

PROMOTION AND PROTECTION PROGRAM-VOTE 2802 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Health Protection and Disease 
Prevention Services (Item 1) 

Transfer payments 

Health League of Canada 

Canadian Public Health Association 

Venereal Disease Control- 
grants and expenses 

Tuberculosis Prevention— costs and 
expenses 

Outbreaks of Diseases— Costs and expenses 

Official Local Health Agencies— grants 
under authority of The Public Health Act 

Capital $ 85,410 

Operating 29,639,112 



Development of Health Resources 
(Item 2) 

Transfer payments 

Special Training of Health Personnel 
Governors of The University of Toronto- 
Banting and Best Research Fund 

Federal Health Grants— Operating Fund 
Clinical, Applied, Operational and other 

Health Research 

Health Resources Development Plan 



Total for Promotion and Protection 
Program 



2,500 


5,000 


142,159 


451,588 


1,820,419 


29,724,522 


32,146.188 



7,000 



30,000 
16,541 



5,703,315 
28,238,990 



33,995.846 



66,142,034 



408 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXVNI.-MINISTRY OF HEALTH -Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1975 



VOTE 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




and 
Item 


Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


2803 








TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION 
PROGRAM 




1 


634,781,300 
1,454,203,800 


15,000,000 
15,870,000 


649,781,300 
1,470,073,800 


Health Insurance 


649,644,827 


2 


General Hospitals and Related Activities 


1,469,458,141 


3 


119,389,900 


1,100,000 


120,489,900 


Extended Care and Rehabilitation Services. . . 


119,238,498 


4 


175,195,500 


7,749,500 


182,945,000 


Psychiatric Services 


182,841,996 


5 


10,163,500 




10,163,500 


Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services 


9,875,174 


6 


9,725,000 


580,000 


10,305,000 


Laboratory Services 


10,300,061 










2,403,459,000 


40,299,500 


2,443,758,500 


2,441,358,697 


S 








Reserve for Outstanding Cheques 


165,954 


s 








Estates' Funds 


4,410 


s 


Hospital Trust Accounts 


1 1 ,603 




Total for Treatment and 

Rehabilitation 






2,403,459,000 


40,299,500 


2,443,758,500 


2,441,540,664 



Program description : 

This program consists of activities designed to provide treatment and rehabilitation services. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



409 



XXVIII.-MINISTRY OF HEALTH -Continued 

TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION PROGRAM -VOTE 2803 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Health Insurance (Item 1) 

Transfer payments 

Payments made for care provided by 
physicians and practitioners under the 
Ontario Health Insurance Plan 



Charges 

Reserve for outstanding cheques. 



649,644,827 



165,954 



649.810.781 

General Hospitals and Related Activities 
(Item 2) 

Transfer payments 

Maintenance of Ontario Residents as 

patients in Sanatoria of other Provinces. 2,960 

Ontario Cancer Treatment and Research 

Foundation 1 .982.200 

Payments for Ambulance and Related 

Emergency Services 22,598.161 

Grants to Public Hospitals and Boards . . . 27.750,000 

Operation of hospitals and related 

facilities 1.372.559.570 

Grants to compensate for municipal 

taxation 2.439.250 

1,427.332.141 
Disbursements 

Loans to Public Hospitals 42. 1 26.000 



1.469.458.141 



Extended Care and Rehabilitation Services 
(Item 3) 

Transfer payments 

Medical expenses and costs re disabilities 

attributable to the drug Thalidomide . . . 14.500 

Rehabilitation grants 1 38.800 

Costs and expenses of prescribed drugs 

and equipment re children with Cystic 

Fibrosis 404.200 

Ontario Drug Benefit Plan 8.545.790 

Home Care Assistance 10,030,919 

Provincial Aid re Homes for Special Care . 36,844.903 

Extended Care Health Insurance Benefits. . 63.259,386 



Charges 

Estates' Funds . 



119,238.498 

4.410 

119.242.908 



Psychiatric Services (Item 4) 



Salaries and wages 




101,243.432 


Employee benefits 




10,475,285 


Transportation and communication 


1,390,986 






4.752.262 


Supplies and equipment 




13.667.892 


Transfer payments 






Ontario Association for 






Children with Learning 






Disabilities 


$ 3.500 




Ontario Association of 






Children's Mental Health 






Centres 


5,000 




Toronto Society for Autistic 






Children 


7.500 




Canadian Mental Health 






Association 


25.000 




Ontario Mental Health 






Foundation 


173.100 




Grants to Community Mental 






Health Facilities 






Capital 


2.343.900 




Operating 


52.788.677 




Grants to compensate for 






municipal taxation 


396.850 


55.743.527 






187.273.384 


Less: Recoveries from other Ministries 


4.431.388 






182.841.996 


Charges 






Hospital Trust Accounts 




11.603 






182.853.599 



410 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



XXVIII.-MINISTRY OF HEALTH -Concluded 

TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION PROGRAM-VOTE 2803 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services $ 
(Item 5) 

Transfer payments 

Grants-in-Aid 596,954 

Detoxification Centres— costs and 

expenses 1,481,920 

Alcoholism and Drug Addition Research 

Foundation 7,796,300 

9,875,174 

Laboratory Services (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages 7,339,225 

Employee benefits 785,563 

Transportation and communication 333,089 

Services 283,762 

Supplies and equipment 2,001 ,955 

10,743,594 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries 443,533 

10,300,061 

Statutory Appropriation 

Government Pharmacy Account Purchases. . 4,134,024 

Less: distribution and cash sales. . . 4,421,835 

(287,811) 
Excess of distribution and cash sales over 

purchases transferred to revenue 287,81 1 

Total for Treatment and 

Rehabilitation Program 2,441,540,664 



411 



INDEX 

EXPENDITURES (Volume 1) 



A Page 

Abatement, Ministry of the Environment 274 

Accommodation, provision of 103 

Achievement Awards and grants 244 

Administration of Taxes 131 

Administration Program, Ministry of Industry 

and Tourism 293 

Administrative Tribunals, Ministry of Attorney 

General 1 86 

Advertising Services 291 

Advisory Committees, Ministry of Housing 117 

Adult Offenders, Care, treatment and training of 213 

Adult Offenders, Rehabilitation of 213 

Adult Training, Ministry of Colleges and Universities. . 360 
Advances from Local Roads Boards, Statute Labour 

Boards and other groups 338 

Adults: residential and support facilities, capital grants 

and operating subsidies 379 

Aerial Surveillance 231 

After-Care Agencies, grants 214 

Agricultural Development Finance Act 137 

Agricultural Development in Northern Ontario 245 

Agricultural Drainage, Rural Water Supply, 

Rehabilitation, Alternative Employment 

Opportunities, etc 247 

Agricultural Economics Research Council, grants 251 

Agricultural Education and Research 250 

Agricultural Education and Research, Administration. . 251 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies 244 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies, grants 244 

Agricultural Limestone, transportation subsidy 245 

Agricultural manpower service 244 

Agricultural Marketing 248 

Agricultural Marketing, Administration 249 

Agricultural Production 243 

Agricultural Production, Administration 244 

Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development 247 

Agricultural Societies, grants 244 

Agriculture and Food, Ministry of 240 

Air Service 324 

Air Services 343 

Airstrip Development 341 

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services 410 

Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Research Foundation, 

grant 410 

Allowances to Judges 1 84 

Allowances: Supreme Court Judges 184 

Ambulance and related emergency services, payments 

for 409 

Americas Operations 290 

Annuities and bonuses to Indians under Treaty No. 9 . . 324 

Apiarists, grants 249 

Apprentices and Training in Industry, grants 361 

Apprentices' Living Allowances 361 

Apprentices' Tuition 361 

Archives 366 

Art Gallery of Ontario, grant 365 

Assessment Act 1 59 

Assessment Review Court 1 86 

Assessment Standards 1 34 

Assistance to inmates 214 

Assistance to wards 216 

Association of Counties and Regions of Ontario, grant . 1 53 



Page 

Association of Municipal Clerks and Treasurers of 

Ontario 157 

Association of Municipalities of Ontario 153 

Association of Municipal Police Governing Authorities, 

grant 225 

Attorney General, Ministry of 173 

Audio/Visual Services 292 

Audit Act, and Statutory Audits, Administration of. . . . 95 

AY Alientated Youth of Canada 214 

B 

Bank loans to farmers, guaranteed, share of interest . . . 244 

Banting and Best research fund, grant 407 

Blind Workmen's Compensation 304 

Board of Negotiation 1 86 

Board of Parole, Ontario 213 

Board of Review, Ministry of Community and Social 

Services 374 

Boiler and Pressure Vessels 198 

Book Publishing Industry Subsidy 365 

Building Conservation 365 

Bursaries to Indian Students, Ministry of Correctional 

Services 212 

Bursaries, Second Language Teachers 363 

Bursary grants, Ministry of Correctional Services 212 

Business Practices 196 

C 

Cabinet Office 73 

Canada Pension Plan, contribution to 109 

Canada Safety Council 345 

Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, grant 225 

Canadian Association on Gerontology 375 

Canadian Council of Resource Ministries, grant 321 

Canadian Council on 4H Clubs, grant 244 

Canadian Council on Social Development 375 

Canadian Education Association, grant 394 

Canadian Gas Association, grant 199 

Canadian Horticultural Council 249 

Canadian Legion Ontario Provincial Command, grant . 375 

Canadian Mental Health Association, grant 409 

Canadian Public Health Association, grant 407 

Capital Construction . 104 

Capital financial assistance. Ministry of Health 409 

Care, treatment and training of adult offenders 213 

Care, treatment and training of juveniles 215 

Centennial Centre of Science and Technology 364 

Central Ontario Cheese Makers Association, grant 249 

Central Statistical Services 1 50 

Centre of Criminology, University of Ottawa, grant. ... 212 

Centre of Forensic Sciences 223 

Chief Justice of Ontario Conferences and Seminars. ... 185 

Chief Election Officer 63 

Children: care facilities and services, capital grants and 

operating subsidies 379 

Children with cystic fibrosis, cost of drugs and 

equipment 409 

Citizens' Inquiry 110 

City of Niagara Falls, Compensation for loss of taxes . . 336 

City of Timmins, grant 157 

CJRT-FM grant 365 



412 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



INDEX 

EXPENDITURES (Volume 1) 
Page 



Page 



63 



118 

157 
381 
119 
380 
381 

214 

216 



Clerk of the Legislative Assembly 

Clinical, applied, operational and other health research. 

grants 407 

College "Royals" 251 

Colleges and Adult Education Support 361 

Colleges and Universities, Ministry of 355 

Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology, and other 

organizations 361 

Commercial Fish and Fur 329 

Commercial Registration Appeal Tribunal 197 

Commercial Standards 197 

Common Legal Services 181 

Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, grant 63 

Communications Program, Ministry of Industry and 

Tourism 29 1 

Community and Social Services, Ministry of 372 

Community Mental Health Facilities, grant 409 

Community Planning 

Community Planning Association of Canada, grant. . . 

Community Participation and Citizenship, grants 

Community Renewal 

Community Services Program 

Community Services for Native Peoples 

Community Services— Adults, Ministry of Correctiona 

Services 

Community Services — Juveniles, Ministry of 

Correctional Services 

Community Sponsored Housing 1 24 

Companies, Minister of Consumer and Commercial 

Relations 197 

Compassionate Allowance, Ministry of Attorney 

General 177 

Compassionate Allowance for ex-teachers 394 

Compassionate Allowances to inmates 214 

Compassionate Allowances to wards 216 

Compensation for damage by hunters 245 

Compensation for Municipal Taxation — Adults, 

Ministry of Correctional Services 214 

Compensation for Municipal Taxation— Juveniles, 

Ministry of Correctional Services 216 

Compensation for Wolf Damage to Livestock 327 

Compensation to Victims of Crime 187 

Computer Services, Ministry of Government Services . . 112 

Conciliation and Mediation Services 308 

Condominium Act 123 

Conference Board in Canada, grant 153 

Connecting Link Construction 341 

Connecting Link Maintenance 338 

Connecting Link Repaving 338 

Conservation Authorities 323 

Conservation Authorities, Grants: 

Administration 325 

Lake Ontario Waterfront Program 325 

Conservation Areas 325 

Flood Control 325 

Municipal Parks Assistance 327 

Sundry Capital Projects 325 

Youth Corps 322 

Construction, Ministry of Transportation and 

Communications 340 

Construction of buildings 104 

Construction and Property Acquisition 341 
Construction, Municipal and Provincial Projects, 

Ministry of the Environment 274 

Construction Safety 306 

Construction Services 341 

Consumer and Commercial Relations, Ministry of 193 

Contribution to Legal Aid Fund 177 



Conveyance of Prisoners |^| 

Co-operative Loans Act 245 

Coroners' Investigations and Inquests 223 

Corporations Tax Act 131 

Corporations Tax and other taxes 1 3 1 

Correctional Services, Ministry of 210 

Correspondence Courses 397 

Council of Ministers of Education and Interprovincial 

Programs, grant 394 

Council of Ministers of Education, grant 357 

County and District Law Libraries, grant |85 

County, District and Small Claims Courts |X5 

Courts Administration |84 

Criminal Injuries Compensation Board 187 

Criminal and General Law Enforcement 228 

Crop Insurance 245 

Crown Attorneys' Association, grant isi 

Crown Attorneys System 181 

Crown Contributions Judges' Plans 202 

Crown Law Office 1 80 

Crown Legal Services 1 80 

Cultural and General Education 364 

Cultural Support, grants 365 

Curriculum Development 397 

Curriculum Services 397 

Cystic Fibrosis, costs and expenses 409 



Debentures Planning 155 

Density Element 1 59 

Designated Structures, financial assistance 365 

Detoxification Centres, Costs and Expenses 410 

Development Loans 155 

Development of Health Resources 407 

Development Roads 338 341 

Disbursements for Plant Development and Con- 
struction, Ministry of the Environment: 

Municipal Projects 274 

Provincial Projects 274 

District Administration 338 

District Health Councils 405 

District Municipality of Muskoka Act, 1970 1 57 

District Municipality of Muskoka, grant 1 57 

Domestic Marketing Development 286 

Drainage Act 245 



Eastern Ontario Development Corporation 297 

Economic Policy and Intergovernmental Affairs 152 

Education Development and Administration 396 

Education, Ministry of 392 

Education, Ministry of Agriculture and Food 251 

Education Records 395 

Educational Exchange and Special Projects 397 

Educational Research, grants in aid of 397 

Educational Programs in Ontario Hospital Schools. . . . 397 

Elderly Persons Housing Aid Act, grants 123 

Election Officer, Chief 63 

Elections Act, The 63 

Elevating Devices 198 

Elite Seed Potatoes Program 245 

Elizabeth Fry Societies 214 

Elliot Lake Centre for Continuing Education 365 

Emergency Measures 223 

Employee Benefits, Government Contributions 109 

Employee Relations 89 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



413 



INDEX 

EXPENDITURES (Volume 1) 
Page 

Employment Adjustment Service 312 

Employment Incentive Programs 161 

Employment Services 311 

Employment Standards 312 

Energy, Ministry of 255 

Energy, Ministry of Consumer and Commercial 

Relations 199 

Energy Policy Program, Ministry of Energy 258 

Engineering Studies, Ministry of the Environment 274 

Entomological Society, grant 244 

Environment, Ministry of the 268 

Environmental Approvals, Ministry of the 

Environment 272 

Environmental Assessment and Planning, Ministry 

of the Environment 271 

Environmental Control Program, Ministry of the 

Environment 273 

Environmental Enhancement, Ministry of the 

Environment 276 

Examination, Inspection and Enforcement 345 

Executive Co-ordinator of Women's Programs 314 

Extended Care Health Insurance Benefits 409 

Extended Care and Rehabilitation Services 409 

Extension 244 



Farm development, grants for capital purposes 245 

Farm Products Inspection 249 

Farm Products Marketing 249 

Farm Tax Reduction Program ...._. 245 

Federal health grants, operating fund 407 

Federal-Provincial Employment Loans Program 161 

Federal-Provincial Winter Capital Projects Fund 161 

Fellowships for Second Language Study 363 

Finance 1 54 

Financial Institutions 196 

Fire Fighting, Extra 324 

Fire Prevention Association, grant 223 

Fire Satety Services 222 

Fiscal Policy 155 

Fish and Wildlife 327 

Forensic Pathology 223 

Forest Management 329 

Fortune Society of Canada 214 

Freight Equalization, assistance to Commercial 

Fishermen 329 

French Language Services 92 



Gasoline and Tobacco Tax 132 

Gasoline Tax Act 131 

General Financial Assistance 160 

General Hospitals and related activities 409 

General Legislative Grants 398 

General Maintenance 338 

General Services 92 

GO Transit 343 

Government Banking, Payroll and Cheque Writing 

Services 1 09 

Government Mail Services 108 

Government Services, Ministry of 100 

Grants-in-aid, Alcoholism and Drug Abuse 

Services 410 

Grants in aid of Educational Research 397 

Grants in respect of policing 1 59 



Grants to compensate for loss of revenue 
Grants to compensate for municipal taxation 

Certain natural resource land holdings 

Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology . 

Community Mental Health Facilities 

Provincially Assisted Universities 

Public Hospitals and Boards 

Group Life Insurance, contributions to 

Guardian and Trustee Services 



H 



Hansard 

Health, Ministry of 

Health Insurance 

Health League of Canada, grant 

Health, Ministry Support Service Program 

Health personnel, special training 

Health Protection and Disease Prevention Services. 

Health Resources Development Plan 

Highway safety associations 

Historical Plaques, grants 

Historical Societies, grants 

Home Care Assistance 

Home Economics 

Home Economics Achievement Awards 

Home Ownership 

Homes for special care, Provincial aid 

Horticultural Societies, grants 

Housing Action 

Housing Corporation Act, advances 

Housing Development 

Housing for Seasonal Workers 

Housing, Incentive Grants 

Housing, Ministry of 

Housing research studies, grants 

Human Rights 

Human Rights Commission 

Hunters, compensation for damage by 



Income Maintenance 

Industrial Development 

Industrial Incentives and Development 

Industrial Relations, Ministry of Labour 

Industrial Safety 

Industrial Training (Institutional) Part-time 

Industry and Tourism, Ministry of 

Industry Development 

Industry Technology Development 

Information Services, Ministry of the Environment. . . 
Information Services, Ministry of Industry and 

Tourism 

Inmates: 

Assistance to 

Compassionate allowances for 

Rehabilitation Assistance 

Institute of Public Administration of Canada, grant. . . 

Interest on Public Service Superannuation Fund 

Interest on Savings Office deposits 

Interest on securities issued 

Intergovernmental Committee on Urban and Regional 

Research, grant 

International Plowing Match, grant 

International Marketing Development 



Page 
159 

159 
361 
409 
359 
409 
109 
178 



63 
403 
409 
407 
404 
407 
407 
407 
345 
365 
365 
409 
244 
244 
123 
409 
244 
120 
123 
122 
245 
121 
115 
123 
310 
309 
245 



376 
284 
297 
307 
306 
361 
280 
283 
284 
270 

292 

214 
214 
214 
82 
155 
155 
155 

157 
244 
286 



414 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



INDEX 

EXPENDITURES (Volume 1) 
Page 



Jack Miner Migratory Bird Foundation Inc., grant 327 

James Bay Education Centre, grant 394 

John Howard Society 214 

Judges Library — Supreme Court of Ontario, grant 185 

Junior Farmers' Association of Ontario, grant 244 

Junior Rangers 

Justice Policy 

Juveniles: 

Care, treatment and training of 

Rehabilitation of 



167, 



321 
168 



215 

215 



Laboratory services. Ministry of Health 410 

Labour, Ministry of 302 

Labour Management Arbitration Commission 308 

Labour Relations Board 308 

Labour Safety Council 304 

Land Acquisition 104 

Land Compensation Board • 186 

Land Management, Ministry of Natural Resources. . . . 323 

Land Transfer Tax Act 131 

Land and Water Classification 324 

Land and Water Protection 324 

Land, Water and Mineral Title Administration 324 

Last Post Fund 375 

Law Enforcement — Civilian 228. 230 

Law Enforcement — Uniform 228. 230 

Law Officer of the Crown 1 74 

Law Research (Ontario Law Reform Commission) 174 

Leasing 1 04 

Legal Aid — Contribution to Legal Aid Fund 177 

Legal Surveys 203 

Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Account 63,155 

Legislative Assembly, Clerk of 63 

Legislative Counsel Services 182 

Legislature Services 109 

Lewiston-Queenston Bridge Act, 1967 161 

Licensing 345 

Lieutenant Governor, Office of 56 

Livestock 244 

Live Stock grants, subsidies 245 

Livestock and Veterinary Services 244 

Loan Forgiveness and Guarantees 298 

Loans, Co-operative Loans Act 245 

Loans, Performance Loan Program 298 

Loans, Term Loan Program 298 

Loans for Construction (Ontario Place) 296 

Loans for Regional and Municipal Public Works 121 

Local and Regional Organizations 365 

Local Government Services 157 

Local health agencies, grants 407 

Local Museums, grants 365 

Long Term Income Protection 109 

Lotteries 201 

M 

Main Office. Ministry of Environment 270 

Maintenance, Administration Services 339 

Maintenance, Ministry of Transportation and 

Communications 337 

Management Audit 87 

Management Board of Cabinet 80 

Management and Information Services Ill 

Management Consulting Services 112 

Management Policy N4 



Page 

Market Development 249 

Marketing, Ministry of Agriculture and Food 249 

McMichael Canadian Collection of Art. grant 365 

Mental Retardation 382 

Milk Commission Policy 249 

Milk Industry — Marketing 249 

Milk Industry — Regulatory 249 

Mine Rescue Training 329 

Mineral Management 329 

Ministers without Portfolio 75 

Ministry Central Office, Ministry of Industry and 

Tourism 281 

Ministry of Community and Social Services Act 375 

Ministry of Energy 255 

Ministry Support Services Program, Health 404 

Moosonee Development Area Board, grant 157 

Mortgage Principal 104 

Motor Vehicles Accident Claims Fund 196 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund, payments from. . 196 

Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Act 131 

Municipal allowances and benefits, financial support 

towards 377 

Municipal assistance and social service: 

administration costs, subsidies 379 

Municipal and School Tax Credit Assistance Act, 

1 967 1 59 

Municipal Assessment I 33 

Municipal Assessment Services 134 

Municipal Assessors, Institute of. grant to 134 

Municipal Construction 341 

Municipal Land Assembly '24 

Municipal Liaison Committee '53 

Municipal Maintenance 338 

Municipal Projects, Emergency Measures 223 

Municipal Projects. Ministry of the Environment 274 

Municipal Tax Assistance Act '59 

Municipal Taxes on A.R.D.A. owned property 247 

Municipal Unconditional Grants Act '59 

Municipalities and Conservation Authorities, grant .... 329 

Museums, grants to 365 



N 



Natural Resources, Ministry of 319 

Neighbourhood Improvement 119 

Niagara Escarpment Commission 157 

North Pickering Project 119 

Northern Affairs 32 1 

Northern Ontario, Agricultural Development 245 

Northern Ontario Development Corporation 298 

North-West Ontario Municipal Association, grant 153 



Occupational Safety, Ministry of Labour 305 

Office of the Chairman 310 

Office of Intergovernmental Affairs 153 

Office of Economic Policy 153 

Office of the Lieutenant Governor 56 

Office of the Premier 67 

Office of Provincial Auditor 94 

Office of the Assembly 60 

Official Guardian 1 79 

Official local health agencies, grants 407 

Ontario: 

Association for Children with Learning Disabilities, 

grant 409 

Association of Agricultural Societies, grant 244 



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415 



INDEX 

EXPENDITURES (Volume 1) 



Page 

Association of Children's Aid Societies, grant 375 

Association of Children's Mental Health Centres. . . . 409 

Association for Early Childhood Education, grant . . . 375 

Association of Family Service Agencies, grant 375 

Association for the Mentally Retarded, grant 383 

Association of Rural Municipalities, grant 153 

Beef Cattle Performance Association, grant 244 

Board of Pprole 214 

Cancer Treatment and Researcn foundation, grant . 409 

Council of Commercial Fisheries, grant 329 

Council of Regents for the Colleges of Applied Arts 

and Technology 361 

Crop Insurance Fund, subsidy payments 245 

Development Corporation 298 

Drug Benefit Plan 409 

Economic Council 149 

Education Capital Aid Corporation 155 

Educational Communications Authority: 

Advance for Network Expansion 365 

Conditional Payments 397 

Operating grant 365 

Energy Board 260 

Food Market Development 249 

Forestry Association, grant 321 

Fur Breeders' Association Inc., grant 244 

Geriatrics Research Society 375 

Good Roads Association 336 

Governmental Protective Services 229 

Graduate fellowships 363 

Graduate Scholarships 363 

Health Insurance Plan 109, 409 

Highway Transport Board 345 

Home Renewal 119 

Horticultural Association, grant 244 

Hospital Schools, educational programs 397 

House 290 

Housing Corporation Act, advances 123 

Hydro 155 

Institute for Studies in Education, grant 394 

Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation, 

payment 245 

Junior Farmers Association, grant 244 

Land Corporation 1 63 

Law Reform Commission 175 

Mental Health Foundation, grant 409 

Mortgage Corporation 123 

Municipal Board 1 86 

Municipal Board Reports, grant 187 

Municipal Employees Retirement Fund 155 

Municipal Improvement Corporation 1 55 

Northland Transportation Commission 155, 343 

Quebec Exchange Fellowships 363 

Operations 289 

Parole Board 213 

Place Corporation 295 

Place Development 296 

Place Operations 296 

Police Arbitration Commission 225 

Police Commission 225 

Pork Industry Council, grant 244 

Provincial Council of Rabbit Clubs, grant 244 

Provincial Courts 1 85 

Provincial Land Tax Act 131 

Provincial Police 226 

Provincial Police Auxiliary 226 

Research Foundation, grant 284 

Residents as Patients in Sanatoria in other Provinces. 409 

Safety League 345 



Scholarships 

Schools for the Blind and Deaf 

Science Centre 

Sheep Breeders' Association, grant 

Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, grant 

Soil and Crop Improvement Association, grants. . . 

Soil and Crop Improvement Association, 

organization and special projects 

Statistics Act 

Student Assistance Program 

Student Housing Corporation 

Swine Breeders' Association, grant 

Telephone Services Commission 

Traffic Conference 

Universities Capital Aid Corporation 

Waterfowl Research Foundation, grant 

Welfare Council, grant 

Welfare Officers Association, grant 

Young Travellers 

Operating deficit, grant (Ontario Place) 

Operating Engineers 

Operation of hospitals and related facilities 

Operational Review 

Operations Program, Ministry of Industry and 

Tourism 

Ottawa Winter Fair, grant 

Outbreaks of Diseases, costs and expenses 

Outdoor Recreation 

Outreach Ontario 

Overseas Operations 

O.Y.S.E. Project 



Part-time Students Bursaries Program 

Part-time Students Loans Program 

Payments from Legislative Assembly Retirement 

Allowances Account 

Payments from Public Service Superannuation Fund . . 
Payments made for care provided by physicians and 

practitioners under the Ontario Health Insurance 

Plan 

Payments to Teachers' Superannuation Commission . . 

Payments under the Ministry of T.E.I. A. Act 

Pension Funds, Deposit, Trust and Reserve Accounts. 
Pension Plans, Ministry of Consumer and Commercial 

Relations 

Per Capita Grants 

Performance Loan Program 

Personal Property Registration 

Personnel Administration 

Personnel Audit 

Personnel Information Services 

Personnel Policy 

Personnel Services 

Phosphorus Removal Facilities, Ministry of the 

Environment 

Planning and Policy Development, Ministry of the 

Environment 

Plans Administration 

Plowing Matches, grants 

Police Act, Hearings 

Police Training 

Policy Development, Management Board of Cabinet. . 
Policy Development, Ministry of the AttorneyGeneral 
Pollution Abatement Incentive Act, Ministry of the 

Environment 

Poppy Fund 



Page 
395 
397 
364 
244 
223 
244 

245 
150 
363 
122 
244 
343 
345 
155 
327 
375 
375 
397 
296 
199 
409 
88 

289 
249 
407 
326 
365 
290 
363 



363 
363 



155 
155 



409 
394 
224 
155 

197 

159 

298 

203 

86 

88 

92 

84 

91 

272 

272 
119 
244 
224 
224 
83 
174 

274 
375 



416 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



INDEX 

EXPENDITURES (Volume 1) 



Premier, Office of the 

Press Clipping Service 

Primary Food Production Assistance to 

Prince of Wales Prize 

Printing and Stationery Services 

Prison Arts Foundation, grant 

Private Training Schools, grants 

Proceedings against the Crown Act 

Programs and Estimates 

Programs of Cultural Exchange, grant 

Promotion and Protection, Health 

Property Law, Ministry of Consumer and Commercial 

Relations 

Property Management subsidies 

Property Rights 

Property Tax Stabilization Act, 1973 

Province of Ontario Council for the Arts, grant 

Province of Ontario Savings Office 

Provision of Sewage and Water Facilities, Ministry of 

the Environment 

Provincial Auditor, Office of 

Provincial Courts 

Provincial Institutions and Organizations 

Provincial Land Tax Act 

Provincial-Municipal Employment Incentive Program. . 

Provincial Projects, Ministry of the Environment 

Provincial Schools Services 

Provision of Accommodation 

Psychiatric Services 

Public Debt 

Public Entertainment Standards 

Public Hospitals and Boards, grants 

Public libraries, grants 

Public Operations 

Public Safety 

Public Service Appeal Boards 

Public Service Superannuation Act 

Public St vice Superannuation Act increases in 

allowances 

Public Service Superannuation Amendment Act, 

1960-61 

Public Service Superannuation Fund 109. 

Public Trustee 

Publications Services 



Page Page 

67 Regional Municipality of Halton Act, 1973 157 

108 Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth Act, 

245 1973 157 

249 Regional Municipality of Peel Act, 1973 157 

108 Regional Municipality of Sudbury Act, 1972 157 

214 Regional Municipality of Waterloo, grant 1 57 

216 Regional Municipality of Waterloo Act, 1972 157 

180 Regional Municipality of York Act 157 

86 Regional Municipality of York, grant 1 57 

397 Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario, grant 405 

406 Registrar General 204 

Regulation of Horse Racing 201 

202 Rehabilitation assistance to inmates 214 

123 Rehabilitation of Adult Offenders 213 

202 Rehabilitation of Juveniles 215 

1 59 Rehabilitation grants. Ministry of Health 409 

365 Rental housing 123 

137 Repairs, Operation and Maintenance, tenant 

alterations 1 06 

274 Repaving Present Roads 338 

94 Research, Ministry of Agriculture and Food 251 

1 85 Resource Access 324 

365 Resource Assessment, Ministry of the Environment. . . . 272 

1 3 1 Resource Products 328 

161 Resource Recovery Program, Ministry of the 

274 Environment 275 

397 Resources Development Policy 234 

103 Retail Sales Tax Act 131 

409 Retail Sales Tax and Other Taxes '. 131 

155 Revenue, Ministry of 128 

200 Risk Management 110 

409 Road construction 340 

365 Road Construction and Property Acquisition 340 

342 Road maintenance 337 

222 Roadeo Awards 345 

90 Roads and Transportation Association of Canada 336 

109 Roads in Unincorporated Townships in Northern 

Ontario 338. 341 

109 Royal Botanical Gardens, grant 365 

Royal Canadian Humane Association, grant 375 

1 09 Royal Commissions 175 

1 55 Royal Ontario Museum, grant 365 

1 78 Royal Winter Fair, grant 249 

291 Rural Development 246 



Quality Control, Agricultural Products 249 

Queen Elizabeth II Ontario Scholarship Fund (Income 

Account) 155 



Rabies Indemnities 

Race Tracks Tax Act 

Race Tracks Tax-Sharing Arrangement 

Real Property Registration 

Records Services 

Recreation, Fitness and Sports, financial assistance. 

Recreational Areas 

Regional and Municipal Police Forces 

Regional Associations, Ministry of Industry and 

Tourism 

Regional economic and social development programs 

Regional Services, Ministry of Education 

Regional Municipal Grants Act 

Regional Municipality of Durham Act, 1973 

Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk Act, 

1973 



245 
131 
201 
203 
110 
381 
327 
225 

288 
157 
398 
159 
157 

157 



Safety and Information 

Safety and Regulation 

Salvation Army, grant 

Salvation Army, grant for special services 

School Business and Finance 

Schools for the Blind and Deaf 

Schools for Registered Nursing Assistants 

Secondary School Bursaries 

Securities 

Senior Citizens' Centre Association of Ontario, grant 

Service Industries Development 

Sessional and Other Requirements 

Sewage and Water Facilities, Financial Assistance to 

certain Municipalities, Ministry of the Environment 
Sheltered Workshops, capital grants and operating 

subsidies ■ 

Shoreline Property Assistance Act, 1973 

Small Claims Courts' Association, grant 

Social and Institional Services Program 

Social Development Councils 

Social Development Policy 



227 
344 
214 
375 
398 
397 
361 
363 
197 
375 
284 
63 

274 

379 
161 
185 
378 
351 
349 






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417 



INDEX 

EXPENDITURES (Volume 1) 



Page 

Soils and Crops 244 

Soldiers' Aid Commission 374 

Solicitor General, Ministry of the 219 

South Western Ontario Livestock Producers' 

Association, grant 249 

Speaker 63 

Special Assistance to Municipalities for conveyance of 

prisoners 161 

Special Emergency Assistance Programs 161 

Special Payments 1 59 

Special Planning Grants 119 

Special Services Administration 108 

St. Clair Parkway Commission 327 

St. Elizabeth Order of Nurses, grant 375 

St. John Ambulance Association, grant 223 

St. John's School, grant 216 

St. Lawrence Parks Commission 327 

Staff Relations 90 

Staff Training Services 92 

Strategic Planning, Ministry of Industry and Tourism . . 282 

Stratford Seminar on Civic Design, grant 157 

Student Affairs 362 

Students Awards 363 

Student Involvement in Municipal Administration 161 

Student Summer Employment Projects 363 

Student Support 363 

Students Living Allowances, Registered Nursing 

Assistants 361 

Subsidies Administration 1 57 

Subsidies to Municipalities 338 

Succession Duty Act 131 

Succession Duty 132 

Summer Experience Youth Projects 363 

Supervisory Services, Ministry of Education 398 

Supervision of Police Forces 224 

Supply Administration 108 

Supply and Services 1 07 

Supply and Special Services 338 

Supreme Court Accountant 1 79 

Supreme Court of Ontario 185 

Systems Development Services 112 



Tax Reform 158 

Taxes, Administration of 131 

Taxes on tenant-occupied Provincial properties 159 

Teacher Education and Certification 397 

Teachers' Superannuation Commission, payments 394 

Teachers' Superannuation Fund 394, 155 

Teachers' Superannuation Fund, unfunded liability .... 394 

Technical Standards 198 

Telecommunications 110 

Temporary Help Services 92 

Tenth International Congress on Gerontology, grant. . . 375 

Term Loan Program 298 

Thalidomide disabilities, medical expenses 409 

Theatres 201 

Tile Drainage Act 245 

Tobacco Tax Act 131 

Toronto Society of Autistic Children 409 

tourism development 287 

Tourism Industry Development 288 

Tourism Marketing Development 288 

Town of Little Current 375 

Township of Amabel 161 

Township of Carnarvon 375 

Township of Collingwood 161 



Page 

Townsite development payments 157 

Trade Development 285 

Traffic Injury Research Foundation 345 

Traffic Law Enforcement 230 

Training in Industry 361 

Translation Services 108 

Transportation and Communications, Ministry of 334 

Treasury 155 

Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs, 

Ministry of 144 

Treatment and Rehabilitation Program, Ministry of 

Health 408 

Tuberculosis prevention, costs and expenses 407 



U 



Underwriter's Laboratories of Canada, grant Iv9 

Unemployment Insurance, contribution to 109 

Uniform Building Standards 199 

Universities and Related Organizations, grants to 359 

University Advisory Committee 359 

University of Ottawa Centre of Criminology, grant . ... 212 

University Support 358 

Upholstered and Stuffed Articles 1 99 

Upkeep of Accommodation 105 

Urban and Regional Affairs 1 56 

Urban and Regional Planning 1 57 

Urban Expressways 341 

Urban Renewal, grants 119 

Urban transportation studies 341 

Utility-Plant Development Construction, Ministry of 

the Environment 274 

Utility-Plant Operations. Ministry of the Environment . 274 



Vehicle repair and Trucking services 108 

Venereal Disease Control, grants and expenses 407 

Venture Capital 363 

Veterinary 244 

Veterinary Services, Regulatory 249 

Victorian Order of Nurses (Ontario), grant 375 

Vital Statistics Act, Fees 204 

Vocational rehabilitation living allowances and expenses 377 

W 

Wards : 

Assistance to 216 

Compassionate allowances for 216 

Wasaga Beach Park Community Project 157 

Waste Utilization, Ministry of the Environment 276 

Whirlpool Rapids Bridge Act, 1967. 161 

Winter Maintenance 338 

Workmen's Compensation premiums on behalf of 

Apprentices 361 

Women Crown Employee Office 314 

Women's Program 313 



Youth and the Arts 363 

Youth Corps (SWORD.) 322 

Youth Employment co-ordination 92 

Youth Employment — Private Sector Campaign 92 

Youth Project (SWEEP.) Ministry of the 

Environment 270 

Youth Projects, Summer Experience 363 

Youth Secretariat 75 



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To The Honourable Pauline M. McGibbon, Q.C., LL.D., D.U. (Ott), 
Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Ontario. 



May It Please Your Honour : 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour supplementary 
information to the Public Accounts of the Province of Ontario for the fiscal year 
ended March 31st, 1975, in accordance with the requirements of The Ministry of 
Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs Act, 1972. 



Respectfully submitted, 



Cu-c^ckS^ 1^ 



W. Darcy McKeough, 

Treasurer of Ontario, 
Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs. 



Toronto, January 31, 1976 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 
General 

A Guide to Public Accounts 7 

Statements 

Ontario Hydro 9-21 

Ontario Energy Corporation 22-23 

The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation 24-26 

The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation 27-29 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation 30-32 

Ontario Mortgage Corporation 33-35 

Ontario Housing Corporation 36-43 

Ontario Student Housing Corporation 44-47 

Ontario Land Corporation 48-49 

Ontario Development Corporation 50-56 

Northern Ontario Development Corporation 57-59 

Eastern Ontario Development Corporation 60-62 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation 63-65 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario 67-69 

Ontario Northland Transportation Commission 70-76 

The Ontario Transportation Development Corporation 77-82 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario 84-89 

Ontario Lottery Corporation 90-91 



A GUIDE TO PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Scope of the Public Accounts 

The 1974-75 Public Accounts of the Province of Ontario comprise three volumes: 

Volume 1 contains the financial statements of the Province. 

Volume 2 contains the financial statements of those Provincial Crown corpora- 
tions, boards and commissions in which the Province has an investment or 
which have an advance from the Province. 

Volume 3 contains the details of expenditures required by the Standing Com- 
mittee on Public Accounts. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



ONTARIO HYDRO 

SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES 

Fixed Assets 

Fixed assets include power supply facilities (generation, transformation, transmission and distribution); adminis- 
tration facilities (land, buildings, office and service equipment); and heavy water production facilities. The cost 
of additions and replacement of component units is capitalized. The cost of fixed assets retired, less the proceeds 
from sales, is charged to accumulated depreciation with no gain or loss being reflected in operations. Cost includes 
direct material and labour, and overhead costs such as engineering, administration and procurement that are 
considered applicable to the capital construction program. Interest is capitalized on construction costs based on 
the preceding three-year average of the cost of long-term funds borrowed. 

The cost of producing heavy water includes direct costs, applicable overheads, interest and depreciation. The total 
cost of heavy water produced and purchased is capitalized as part of generation facilities. 

Depreciation 

Since January 1, 1971, all additions to fixed assets and the net book value of thermal-electric generating stations 
in service at the end of 1970 have been depreciated using the straight-line method. All other assets in service 
at the end of 1970 continue to be depreciated on the sinking fund method. Depreciation rates for the various 
classes of assets are based on the estimated service lives, which are subject to periodic review. The service lives 
of major asset classes are : 

Generation— Hydro-electric 50 to 100 years 

Generation— Thermal-electric 30 years 

Transmission and distribution 25 to 50 years 

Heavy water production facilities 20 years 

Nuclear Agreement— Pickering Units 1 and 2 

Ontario Hydro, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, and the Province of Ontario are parties to a joint undertaking 
for the construction and operation of units 1 and 2 of Pickering Nuclear Generating Station, with ownership of 
these units being vested in Ontario Hydro. Contributions to the capital cost by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 
and the Province of Ontario amounted to $258 million and these have been deducted in arriving at the value of 
fixed assets in service in respect of Pickering units 1 and 2. Commencing with the in-service date of each of these 
units in 1971, Ontario Hydro is required to make payments for 30 years to each of the parties in proportion to 
their capital contributions. These payments, termed "payback", represent in a broad sense the net operational 
advantage of having the power generated by Pickering units 1 and 2 as compared with coal-fired units similar to 
Lambton units 1 and 2. 

Appropriations from Net Income 

Under the provisions of the Power Corporation Act, the price payable by customers for power is the cost of 
supplying the power. Such cost is defined in the Act to include the cost of operating and maintaining the system, 
depreciation, interest, and the amounts appropriated for debt retirement and stabilization of rates and con- 
tingencies. 

The debt retirement appropriation is the amount required under the Act to accumulate in 40 years a sum equal 
to the debt incurred for the cost of the fixed assets in service. The appropriation for stabilization of rates and 
contingencies is the amount retained to stabilize the effect of abnormal cost fluctuations. 

Foreign Currency Transmission 

The liability for bonds payable in foreign currencies is translated to Canadian currency at the rates of exchange 
at time of issue. When bonds are retired, exchange losses or gains are charged or credited to interest expense in 
the statement of operations. 

Translated at the rates of exchange at December 31, 1974, the total Canadian dollar liability for bonds payable 
in foreign currencies would be increased by $17 million. 

Pension and Insurance Plan 

The Pension and Insurance Plan is a contributory, benefit-based plan covering all regular employees of Ontario 
Hydro. The most recent actuarial valuation of the plan, at December 31, 1973, indicated an unfunded obligation 
of Ontario Hydro of approximately $55 million. Of this amount, $36 million will be amortized over the years 
1974 to 1978 and the balance of $19 million will be amortized over the years 1974 to 1989. 

The pension costs for each year include current service costs and the pro rata share of the amount required to 
amortize the unfunded obligation. 



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ONTARIO HYDRO 

AUDITORS' REPORT 

We have examined the statement of financial position of Ontario Hydro as at December 31. 1974 and the 
statements of operations, reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies, equities accumulated through 
debt retirement appropriations, and changes in financial position for the year then ended. Our examination 
included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting 
evidence as we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of Ontario Hydro as at December 
31, 1974 and the results of its operations and the changes in its financial position for the year then ended, in 
accordance with generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding 
year. 

Toronto, Canada, CLARKSON, GORDON & CO. 

March 10, 1975. Chartered Accountants. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



ONTARIO HYDRO 






Statement of Operations 
for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Revenues 

Primary power and energy 

Secondary power and energy 

Costs 

Operation, maintenance, and administration 

Fuel used for electric generation 

Power purchased 

Nuclear agreement— payback 

Depreciation (note 1) 

Amortization of frequency standardization. . 

Income Before Interest 

Interest (note 2) 

Net Income 

Amounts Appropriated for : 

Debt retirement 

Stabilization of rates and contingencies 



1974 

$'000 

896,270 
101,506 


1973 

$'000 

793,654 
61,801 


997,776 


855,455 


288,360 

154,037 

60,699 

15,708 

129,353 


242,232 

123,534 

41,746 

17,560 

108,873 

28,265 


648,157 


562,210 


349,619 
223,410 


293,245 
192,779 


126,209 


100,466 


73,184 
53,025 


65,688 
34,778 


126,209 


100,466 







See accompanying summary of significant accounting policies and notes to financial statements. 



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ONTARIO 

Statement of 
as at 



ASSETS 



Fixed Assets 

Fixed assets in service, at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 

Fixed assets under construction, at cost 

Current Assets 

Cash and short-term investments (note 3) 

Accounts receivable 

Fuel for electric generation, at cost 

Materials and supplies, at cost 

Other Assets 

Investments (note 4) 

Debt discount and expense, less amounts written off. 

Investment in coal supply (note 5) 

Long-term accounts receivable and other assets 



1974 
$'000 

5,780,942 
1,093,272 


1973 
$'000 

5,499,616 
958,796 


4,687,670 
1,665,829 


4,540,820 
1,081,281 


6,353,499 


5,622,101 


77,046 
129,962 
158,813 

57,285 


156,234 
117,994 1 
119,778 

32,770 


423,106 


426,776 


228,710 

47,680 

6,711 

20,583 


230,911 
44,668 

18,710 


303,684 


294,289 


7,080,289 


6,343,166 







See accompanying summary of significant accounting policies and notes to financial statements. 
On behalf of the Board 




«i 




Chairman 



President 



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13 



HYDRO 

Financial Position 
December 31, 1974 



LIABILITIES 



Long-Term Debt 

Bonds payable (note 9) 

Plant purchase agreement (note 6) 

Less payable within one year 

Current Liabilities 

Accounts payable and accrued charges 

Notes payable 

Accrued interest 

Long-term debt payable within one year 

Equity 

Equities accumulated through debt retirement appropriations 

Reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies 

Contributions from the Province of Ontario as assistance for rural 
construction 



1974 
$'000 

4,782,514 
245,900 


1973 
$'000 

4,271,924 
250,135 


5,028,414 
118,560 


4,522,059 
112,886 


4,909,854 


4,409,173 


225,084 
249,985 
104,876 
118,560 


205,842 

178,800 

90,619 

112,886 


698,505 


588,147 


1,015,725 
329,510 

126,695 


942,586 
276,565 

126,695 


1,471,930 


1,345,846 


7,080,289 


6,343,166 










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Reserve for Stabilization of 
for the Year Ended 



Held for 
the Benefit 

of all 
Customers 



Balances at beginning of year 

Appropriated from net income 

Refund of prior years' debt retirement appropriations (note 7) 

Grant to Ontario Municipal Electric Association 

Balances at end of year 




Equities Accumulated through 
for the Year Ended 



Balances at beginning of year 

Add: 

Debt retirement appropriated from net income 

Annexation transfers and refunds 

Balances at end of year 



Municipalities 



$'000 
658,204 

47,713 
81 



705,998 



See accompanying summary of significant accounting policies and notes to financial statements. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



15 



HYDRO 

Rates and Contingencies 
December 31, 1974 



Held for the Benefit of (or Recoverable from) Certain Groups of Customers 








Direct Customers 


Retail Customers 


Totals 


Municipalities 


1974 


1973 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


1,144 


(10,911) 


(19,941) 


276,565 


249,186 


80 


(12) 


(96) 


53,025 


34,778 


- 


- 


- 


- 


(7,329) 


(80) 


- 


- 


(80) 


(70) 


1,144 


(10,923) 


(20,037) 


329,510 


276,565 



Debt Retirement Appropriations 
December 31, 1974 



Power District 

(Retail and Direct 

Customers 


Totals 


1974 


1973 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


284,382 


942,586 


876,900 


25,471 


73,184 


65,688 


(126) 


(45) 


(2) 


309,727 


1,015,725 


942,586 






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ONTARIO HYDRO 

Statement of Changes in Financial Position 
for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 

Operations 

Net Income 

Add charges not requiring funds in the current year 

Depreciation (note 1 ) 

Amortization of frequency standardization, less interest on the 

account 

Other items— net 

Financing 

Bonds issued 

Debt incurred on purchase of heavy water plant 

Less retirements 

Increase in notes 

Decrease in cash and investments 

Increases in accounts and interest payable 

APPLICATION OF FUNDS 

Net additions to fixed assets (1973 includes heavy water plant for $253 

million) 

Increases in fuel, materials and supplies 

Increase in accounts receivable and other assets 

Refund of prior years' debt retirement appropriations (note 7) 

Other items— net 



873,854 
63,550 
20,552 

5,498 



963,454 



1974 


1973 


$'000 


$'000 


126,209 


100,466 


142,456 


121,305 


2,361 


27,665 
2,863 


271,026 


252,299 


670,156 
(163,801) 


528,705 
253,000 
(125,493] 


506,355 
71,185 
81,389 


656,212 
26,383 
50,339 


658,929 


732,934 


33,499 


37,139 


963,454 


1,022,372 



988,490 

15,891 

8,494 

7,329 

2,168 



1,022,372 



See accompanying summary of significant accounting policies and notes to financial statements. 



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ONTARIO HYDRO 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 



1. Depreciation 
Depreciation consisted of: 



1974 



1973 



Power supply facilities— charged directly to operations 

Administration and service facilities — charged indirectly to operations 

Total charged to operations 

Heavy water production facilities— charged to cost of heavy water. 



2. Interest 

Interest costs consisted of: 



$'000 

129,353 

13,103 


$'000 

108,873 

12,432 


142,456 
12,714 


121,305 
6,325 


155,170 


127,630 



1974 



1973 



Interest on bonds, notes and plant purchase agreement 

Less: 

Interest capitalized 

Interest on heavy water production facilities— charged to cost of 

heavy water 

Interest earned on investments 

Net profit on redemption of bonds and sale of investments 

Interest on unamortized frequency standardization cost 



3. Cash and Short-Term Investments 

Cash and short-term investments, with short-term investments recorded 
at cost (approximately market value), consisted of: 

Cash 

Notes of, and interest bearing deposits with, banks and trust companies 

Government and government-guaranteed bonds 

Corporate bonds and notes 



4. Investments 

These investments, with maturities beyond one year, are recorded at 
amortized cost and consisted of: 






Government and government-guaranteed bonds 
Corporate bonds and notes 



Market value of these investments at December 31, 1974 was $208 million 
(1973-S209 million). 



$'000 
362,145 



84,806 



1974 



77,046 



1974 



228,710 



$'000 
298,441 



64,420 



18,177 

32,111 

3,641 


10,020 

28,403 

2,219 

600 


138,735 


105,662 


223,410 


192,779 



1973 



$'000 


$'000 


7,938 


2,799 


35,011 


123,475 


27,140 


19,853 


6,957 


10,107 



156,234 



1973 



$'000 


$'000 


94,442 


207,915 


34,268 


22,996 



230,911 



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ONTARIO HYDRO 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS-Continued 

5. Investment in Coal Supply 

Ontario Hydro and United States Steel Corporation have entered into an agreement for the development of a 
coal mine owned by United States Steel Corporation for the supply of 90 million tons of coal to Ontario Hydro 
over a thirty-year period commencing in 1976. Ontario Hydro will advance up to $38 million for mine develop- 
ment and equipment, and will guarantee lease payments for mine equipment and rolling stock leased by United 
States Steel Corporation and make subsequent advances for a portion of the cost of equipment replacements. 
These advances and associated costs are to be amortized as part of the cost of the coal purchased under this 
agreement. 

6. Plant Purchase Agreement 

The Bruce Heavy Water Plant was purchased from Atomic Energy of Canada Limited in 1973. Under the 
agreement, Ontario Hydro pays Atomic Energy of Canada Limited equal monthly instalments of blended 
principal and interest from July 28, 1973 to December 28, 1992, with an interest rate of 7.795%. Principal re- 
payments over the next five years will total $39 million. 

7. Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies 

During the period from 1935 to 1949, appropriations for debt retirement charged to the direct industrial cus- 
tomers of the former Northern Ontario Properties were made at rates higher than those for customers in the 
former Southern Ontario System. On amalgamation of the two systems in 1962, the excess appropriation was 
determined and segregated in the Reserve as held for the benefit of these customers of the former Northern 
Ontario Properties. In 1973 a refund of $7,329,000 was made to those direct customers still in existence. 

8. Reclassification of 1973 Comparative Figures 

In the Statement of Financial Position the amounts shown in 1973 as deferred liabilities have been included with 
accounts payable and accrued charges. Long-term accounts receivable and other assets have been grouped as 
one item. 



9. Bonds Payable 
Summary— Canadian $ 



Canadian issues. . . . 
United States issues. 
West German issues 
Eurodollar issue. . . . 
Swiss issue 



1974 1973 



Maturities at December 31, 1974 



1975 

1976 

1977 

1978 

1979 

1975-1979. 

1980-1984. 
1985-1989. 
1990-1994. 
1995-1999. 
2000-2004. 



$'000 


$'000 


3,028,634 


2,778,399 


1,555,564 


1,295,209 


137,109 


137,109 


35,295 


35,295 


25,912 


25,912 


4,782,514 


4,271,924 


Can. $'000 




111,960 




170,910 




135,982 




218,765 




148,270 




785,887 




728,809 




358,340 




381,295 




1,668,312 




859,871 




4,782,514 



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ONTARIO HYDRO 



Bonds payable— continued 

Details of issues outstanding payable in Canadian currency (I) 



Maturity 



Callable 



Year of 
Issue 



Interest 
Rate 

/o 



Principal 

Outstanding 

December 

31, 1974 

Can. $'000 



1975 
1975 
1976 
1976 
1976 
1976 
1977 
1977 
1977 
1978 
1978 
1978 
1978 
1978 
1979 
1979 
1979 
1979 
1980 
1980 
1981 
1981 
1981 
1981 
1982 
1983 
1983 
1983 
1983 
1984 
1984 
1985 
1987 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1989 
1989 
1990 
1992 
1992 
1992 
1994 
1994 
1994 
1994 
1994 
1995 
1995 
1995 
1996 
1996 
1996 
1996 



1972 
1974 



1974 
1975 
1975 
1974 

1976 

1976 



1974 

1974 

1978 
1978 
1979 



1979 
1980 
1979 

1980 
1981 
1980 
1981 
1985 
1984 
1984 
1984 
1985 
1985 
1986 
1988 
1988 
1988 
1989 
1990 
1989 
1989 
1989 
1990 
1990 
1990 
1991 
1991 
1991 
1991 



1970 
1957 
1956 
(2) 1970 
1969 
1957 
1967 
1955 
1957 
1972 
1958 
1973 
1958 
1973 
1974 
1954 
1959 
1954 
1960 
1960 
1961 
1974 
1974 
1974 
1962 
1963 
1963 
1973 
1961 
1964 
1964 
1965 
1967 
1966 
1966 
1966 
1967 
1967 
1967 
1968 
1968 
1968 
1969 
1970 
1969 
1969 
1969 
1970 
1970 
1970 
1971 
1971 
1971 
1971 



9.00 

4.75 

4.00 

8.50 

8.25 

5.00 

6.25 

3.50 

5.00 

6.25 

4.50 

8.25 

5.00 

8.25 

8.00 

3.50 

5.75 

3.50 

6.00 

5.50 

5.50 

9.625 

9.75 

9.375 

5.00 

5.25 

5.00 

8.375 

5.25 

5.25 

5.25 

5.25 

6.25 

5.75 

6.00 

6.00 

6.25 

6.50 

6.00 

7.00 

7.00 

7.00 

7.75 

9.00 

7.75 

8.25 

8.50 

9.00 

9.00 

8.75 

7.50 

7.625 

8.25 

7.875 



40,619 
30,464 
43,347 
74,975 
13,949 
34,599 
14,810 
38,114 
72,444 
30,000 
32,627 
30,000 
45,508 
25,000 
25,000 
34,492 
28,812 
49,352 
26,355 
35,425 
39,250 
25,000 
25,000 
40,000 
32,069 
38,894 
51,215 
45,000 
39,812 
49,689 
53,157 
67,546 
23,723 
47,856 
46,777 
43,977 
37,874 
27,426 
44,727 
39,920 
43,265 
56,217 
27,262 
46,527 
30,754 
23,415 
20,888 
9,281 
57,770 
69,555 
86,786 
52,490 
66,119 
83,898 



20 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



ONTARIO HYDRO 

Bonds payable— continued 

Details of issues outstanding payable in Canadian currency (I) 



Maturity 



Callable 



Year of 
Issue 



Interest 

Rate 

% 



Principal 

Outstanding 

December 

31, 1974 

Can. $'000 



Feb. 1997 
Apr. 1997 
Sept. 1997 
Feb. 1998 
May 1998 
Nov. 1998 
Mar. 1999 
June 1999 
Aug. 1999 
Nov. 1999 



1992 
1992 
1992 
1993 
1993 
1993 
1994 
1994 
1994 
1994 



1972 
1972 
1972 
1973 
1973 
1973 
1974 
1974 
1974 
1974 



7.375 
7.625 
8.25 
7.75 
8.00 
8.50 
8.50 
9.75 
10.25 
10.00 



67,775 
92,271 
93,134 
98,423 
123,000 
50,000 
75,000 
75,000 
75,000 
60,000 



Total payable in Canadian currency 3,028,634 



Payable in United States currency (1) 
Held by the Province of Ontario 



Maturity 



Callable 



Year of 
Issue 



Interest 
Rate 

/o 



Principal Outstanding 
December 31, 1974 
U.S. CAN. 
$'000 $'000 



Feb. 1975 
Nov. 1978 
Mar. 1980 
May 1981 
Feb. 1984 
Sept. 1990 
April 1996 
April 1997 
Dec. 1997 
Aug. 1998 
Feb. 1999 
Sept. 1999 
Feb. 2000 
Aug. 2000 
May 2001 
May 2002 
Dec. 2002 
Oct. 2003 
Mar. 2004 
Oct. 2004 



1958 

1958(3) 

1959(3) 

1961 (3) 

1969(3) 

1975(3) 

1981 (3) 

1982(3) 

1982(3) 

1983(3) 

1984(3) 

1984(3) 

1985(3) 

1985(3) 

1986(3) 

1987(3) 

1987(3) 

1988(3) 

1989(3) 

1989(3) 



1953 
1953 
1954 
1956 
1959 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1969 
1970 
1970 
1971 
1972 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1974 



3.25 
3.625 
3.125 
3.875 
4.75 
4.75 
5.50 
5.625 
6.875 
7.125 
7.375 
8.325 
9.25 
9.25 
7.85 
7.70 
7.30 
7.90 
8.60 
10.25 



Deduct portion of issue dated October 1, 2004 delivered in January 1975 
Total payable in United States currency 



37,626 


36,837 


46,097 


45,016 


28,886 


28,189 


40,501 


39,769 


66,783 


64,751 


44,896 


48,319 


32,127 


34,637 


59,249 


64,119 


70,530 


76,261 


70,680 


75,848 


73,830 


79,321 


95,215 


102,624 


98,720 


105,877 


73,435 


74,906 


89,650 


90,525 


99,145 


98,154 


95,550 


95,216 


125,000 


125,038 


125,000 


121,325 


175,000 


171,821 


1,547,920 


1,578,553 


23,100 


22,989 


1,524,820 


1,555,564 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 21 



Payable in West German currency 


(1) 


ONTARIO HYDRO 


DM '000 


Can $'000 


Aug 1975-1984 1975(3.4) 
Dec. 1977-1986 1977(3,4) 
June 1980-1987 1980(4,5) 
Mar. 1981-1988 1981 (4, 5) 


1969 
1971 
1972 
1973 

rency 

es currency ( 1 ) 


7.00 
7.50 
6.50 
6.50 


1 50,000 
100,000 
100,000 
100,000 


40,401 
30,445 
30,783 
35,480 


Total payable in West German cui 


450,000 


137,109 


Eurodollar-payable in United Stat 


US $'000 


Can $'000 


Jan. 1977-1986 1977(3,4) 




1971 


8.25 


35,000 


35,295 


Payable in Swiss currency (1) 


Sw Fr '000 


Can $'000 


Oct. 1983-1987 1983(3,6) 




1972 


5.50 


100,000 


25,912 



(1) Bonds payable in United States currency, held by the Province of Ontario, have terms identical with issues 
sold in the United States by the Province on behalf of Ontario Hydro. All other bonds payable are guaranteed 
as to principal and interest by the Province of Ontario. 

(2) Exchangeable at bondholder's option for an equal amount of bonds due September 1996 at 8.25° interest 

(3) Callable at various declining premiums. 

(4) Payable in equal annual installments. 

(5) Callable for 3 years at 101% and thereafter at par. 

(6) Redeemable 1983-1986, by purchase in the market, of up to 10.000,000 Sw Fr annually, at prices not exceeding 
par. 



22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

ONTARIO ENERGY CORPORATION 

(Incorporated February 28, 1975 under The Ontario Energy Corporation Act, Ontario) 

Balance Sheet 
as at March 31, 1975 

ASSETS 

Current Assets 

Cash $ 2,000 

Due from the Treasurer of Ontario 99,998,000 



Total $ 100,000,000 



CAPITAL STOCK 

Capital Stock (Note 1) 
Authorized: 

2,000,000 common shares with no par value 

20,000,000 non-voting special shares with no par value 
Issued and fully paid: 

2,000,000 common shares $ 100,000,000 



Total $ 100,000,000 



Approved by the Board 




#9K.*Jk 



Director. Director. 

The accompanying notes are an integral part of this balance sheet. 

To the Shareholder of 

Ontario Energy Corporation 

We have examined the balance sheet of Ontario Energy Corporation as at March 31, 1975. Our examination 
included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting 
evidence as we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion this balance sheet presents fairly the financial position of the corporation as at March 31, 
1975 in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles consistently applied. 



Cy^/>LfcU , N^LAkA/CLA. -i §JLU 



August 21, 1975. DELOITTE, HASKINS & SELLS 

Toronto, Ontario. Chartered Accountants. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 23 

ONTARIO ENERGY CORPORATION 

Notes to the Balance Sheet 
March 31, 1975 

Capital Stock 

2,000,000 common shares have been issued by the company for a cash consideration of $100,000,000 to Her 

Majesty in Right of Ontario as represented by the Minister of Energy of the Province of Ontario. 

Syncrude Project 

On February 3, 1975, the Province of Ontario agreed in principle to acquire a 5% participating interest in the 
Syncrude Project, a joint venture for the extraction and processing of bituminous oil sands near Mildred 
Lake, Alberta. Subsequently, it was determined that the Province's participation would be effected through 
the Ontario Energy Corporation. 

Upon completion of various agreements between the participants and the Alberta Government, the Corpora- 
tion will be committed to contribute 5% of certain costs of the Project and will have the right to 5% of the net 
production from the Project. The Corporation's share of the estimated costs prior to the expected commence- 
ment of production in 1978, approximates $100,000,000. 

Polar Gas Project 

On July 23, 1975 the Cabinet of the Ontario Government approved in principle participation up to $10,000,000 
in the Polar Gas Project through the Ontario Energy Corporation. The terms and conditions of such partici- 
pation have not been finalized. 






24 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



THE ONTARIO UNIVERSITIES CAPITAL AID CORPORATION 

Incorporated without share capital under 
The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation Act 

Balance Sheet 
as at March 31, 1975 



ASSETS 

Investments (at cost)— debentures of the following organizations 
maturity in the years 1975 to 2005— 

Ontario Universities and Related Institutions 

Ontario Colleges 

Municipalities re Ontario Public Libraries 



1975 


1974 


$ 


$ 


866,131,584 

322,118,278 

7,898,452 


866,234,354 

309,920,847 

2,506,368 


1,196,148,314 


1,178,661,569 



LIABILITIES 

Advances from the Treasurer of Ontario 



1,196,148,314 1,178,661,569 



See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



Approved on behalf of the Corporation 




<&%^^Sks+ 



Member. 



Member. 



To The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation and 
to the Treasurer of Ontario 

I have examined the balance sheet of The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation as at March 31, 
1975 and the statement of receipts and disbursements for the year then ended. My examination included a general 
review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as I 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at March 
31, 1975 and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally accepted accounting 
principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 

A report on the audit has been made to the Corporation and, in accordance with section 13 of The Ontario 
Universities Capital Aid Corporation Act, to the Treasurer of Ontario. 




^ 



Toronto, Ontario, 
August 26, 1975. 



F. N. SCOTT, C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



25 



THE ONTARIO UNIVERSITIES CAPITAL AID CORPORATION 

Statement of Receipts and Disbursements 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Receipts 

Interest on investments 



1975 


1974 


$ 
82,508,392 


$ 
77,867,885 



Disbursements 

Interest on advances from the Treasurer of Ontario (note 3) 



82,508,392 



77,867,885 



See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



SCHEDULE 

THE ONTARIO UNIVERSITIES CAPITAL AID CORPORATION 

Advances from the Treasurer of Ontario 
as at March 31, 1975 









1975 




1974 








Universities, Related 




Universities, Related 




nterest 




Institutions and Public 




Institutions and Public 




Rate 




Libraries 




Colleges 


Libraries 


Colleges 


/o 




$ 




$ 


$ 


$ 


5.50 




256,930,634 




4,875,841 


265,734,312 


2,320,183 


6.50 




22,916,238 




3,379,976 


23,345,746 


3,443,325 


6.75 




87,016,321 




22,188,835 


88.466,006 


22,753,243 


7.00 




84,773,904 




42,173,173 


85,892,142 


43,147,363 


7.25 




105,026,805 




49,467,982 


106,452,819 


50,687,466 


7.50 




116,239,639 




69,731,424 


117,593,688 


70,841,159 


7.75 




62,022,999 




44,575,236 


61,793,163 


43,906,836 


8.00 




45,836,020 




32,183,249 


46,375,568 


32,885,066 


8.25 




37,245,672 




31,635,920 


37,058,623 


32,507,488 


8.50 




42,902,352 




13,252,642 


36,004,287 


7,428,718 


8.75 




5,676,000 




2,056,000 


— 


— 


9.00 




3,441,000 




1,652,000 


— 


— 


9.25 




3,129,000 




4,480,000 


— 


— 


9.50 
\ccruec 


interest 


859,000 




466,000 


— 


— 


paid on public 












library debentures 










purch 


ased .... 


14,452 


196,148, 


— 


24,368 


— 




874,030,036 


322,118,278 


868,740,722 


309,920,847 




SI, 


J14 


$1,178,661,569 



26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

THE ONTARIO UNIVERSITIES CAPITAL AID CORPORATION 

Notes to Einancial Statements 
March 31, 1975 

1 . Basis of Accounting 

The financial statements of the Corporation are prepared on a cash basis. 

2. Administration Expense 

The cost of administration has been paid by the Province of Ontario. 

3. Interest on Advances 

Pursuant to Order in Council 742/75, interest payable by the Corporation on advances from the Treasurer of 
Ontario is an amount equal to the net interest received during the fiscal year. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



27 



THE ONTARIO EDUCATION CAPITAL AID CORPORATION 

Incorporated without share capital under 
The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation Act 

Balance Sheet 
as at March 31, 1975 



ASSETS 

1975 

$ 

Cash 5,310 

Accrued interest receivable on investments 22,702,153 

Investments (at cost, net of unamortized discount and premium), per 
attached Schedule 

Debentures of municipalities and school boards maturing in the 

years 1975 to 1995 1,186,628,208 

1,209,335,671 

LIABILITIES 

Accrued interest payable on advances 22,253,714 

Advances from the Treasurer of Ontario 1,1 87,08 1 ,957 



1974 
$ 

70,348 
21,626,378 



1.145,344,171 



1,209,335,671 



1,167,040,897 



21,242,582 
1,145,798,315 

1,167,040,897 



See accompanying notes to financial statements. 
Approved on behalf of the Corporation : 




#2C^ 



<U<JL i/^JU^ 



Member 



Member. 



To The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation and 
to the Treasurer of Ontario 



I have examined the balance sheet of The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation as at March 31, 
1975, and the statement of revenue and expenditure for the year then ended. My examination included a general 
review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as 
I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at 
March 31, 1975 and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally accepted 
accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 

A report on the audit has been made to the Corporation and, in accordance with section 1 1 of The Ontario 
Education Capital Aid Corporation Act, to the Treasurer of Ontario. 







<&■ 



oronto, Ontario, 
August 26, 1975. 



F. N. SCOTT, C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 



28 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



THE ONTARIO EDUCATION CAPITAL AID CORPORATION 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Revenue 

Interest on investments. 



Expenditure 

Interest on advances from the Treasurer of Ontario (note 1). 



1975 

$ 


1974 

$ 


81,306,879 


77,283,203 


81,306,879 


77,283,203 



See accompanying notes to financial statements. 







SCHEDULE 










THE ONTARIO EDUCATION CAPITAL AID CORPORATION 








Investments 












as at March 31, 1975 








Analysis by Rate of Interest 




Analysis by Year of Maturity 


Interest 


Par Value 


Year 


Principal Maturities 


Rate 


1975 


1974 


Ending 


1975 


1974 


/o 


$ 


$ 


March 31 


$ 


$ 


5.50 


211,247,500 


223,847,000 


1975 


— 


45,153,600 








1976 


50,351,500 


47,921,400 


6.50 


63,951,500 


67,208,000 


1977 


53,462,100 


50,828,000 








1978 


56,463,200 


53,588,000 


6.75 


124,814,000 


130,432,000 


1979 


59,622,200 


56,499,000 








1980 


62,924,200 


59,528,000 


7.00 


114,926,500 


118,734,000 


1981 


65,880,200 


63,015,000 








1982 


70,072,200 


66,962,000 


7.25 


165,504,000 


171,340,500 


1983 


74,029,200 


70,645,000 








1984 


78,162,800 


74,483,500 


7.50 


195,747,400 


200,985,000 


1985 


83,089,800 


79,093,500 








1986 


87,941,300 


84,037,000 


7.75 


102,873,500 


93,078,000 


1987 


93,069,900 


88,816,500 








1988 


84,788,900 


80,167,500 


8.00 


92,810,000 


96,030,500 


1989 


74,958,900 


69,938,500 








1990 


61,774,000 


56,479,500 


8.25 


25,683,000 


22,438,000 


1991 


48,779,500 


43,361,500 








1992 


37,655,500 


31,776,500 


8.50 


34,053,000 


22,202,000 


1993 


23,247,500 


16,855,500 








1994 


14,099,500 


7,145,500 


8.75 


20,321,000 
8,296,000 





1995 


7,111,000 


— 


9.00 


1,187,483,400 


1,146,295,000 


9.25 


22,763,000 


— 








9.50 


4,493,000 


— 










1,187,483,400 


1,146,295,000 




Deduct: 












Unamortized 












net discount 












on debentures 












purchased 


855,192 


950,829 




855,192 


950,829 




1,186,628,208 


1,145,344,171 


1,186,628,208 


1,145,344,171 






PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 29 

THE ONTARIO EDUCATION CAPITAL AID CORPORATION 

Notes to Financial Statements 
March 31, 1975 

1 . Interest on Advances 

Pursuant to Order in Council 4720/67, interest payable by the Corporation on advances from the Treasurer 
of Ontario is an amount equal to the excess of revenue over expenditure for the fiscal year. 

2. Administration Expense 

The cost of administration has been paid by the Province of Ontario. 






30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



THE ONTARIO MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT CORPORATION 

Incorporated without share capital under 
The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation Act 



ASSETS 

Cash 

Accrued interest receivable on investments . 
Investments (at cost, net of unamortized disc 
attached Schedule 

Debentures of municipalities and s< 

years 1975 to 1998 

Unamortized discount on debentures issued 



Balance Sheet 








as at March 31, 1975 












1975 


1974 






$ 
117,712 
1,092,853 


$ 
118,517 
1,025,576 






ount and premium), per 




tiool boards maturing in 


the 


47,254,497 
31,876 


44,799,538 






39,307 










48,496,938 


45,982,938 



LIABILITIES 



Debentures— guaranteed by Province of Ontario 

4|% due April 1, 1977 

5|% due June 15, 1980 

Accrued interest payable on debentures 

Advances from the Treasurer of Ontario 

General Reserve 



5,000,000 
5,000,000 


5,000,000 
5,000,000 


10,000,000 

195,770 

29,871,303 

8,429,865 


10,000,000 
195,770 

27,357,303 
8,429,865 


48,496,938 


45,982,938 



See accompanying notes to financial statements. 
Approved on behalf of the Board: 



W.JML, 



Director. 

To The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation and 
to the Treasurer of Ontario 




Director 



I have examined the balance sheet of The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation as at March 31, 
1975, and the statement of revenue and expenditure for the year then ended. My examination included a general 
review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as I 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at March 
31, 1975 and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally accepted accounting 
principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 

A report on the audit has been made to the Corporation and, in accordance with section 12 of The Ontario 
Municipal Improvement Corporation Act, to the Treasurer of Ontario. 



Toronto, Ontario, 
August 26, 1975. 




F. N. SCOTT, C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 31 

THE ONTARIO MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 






Revenue 

Interest on investments 

Interest on bank deposits 


1975 

$ 

3,698,324 
666 


1974 

$ 

3,542,298 
556 




3,698,990 


3,542,854 


Expenditure 

Interest on advances from the Treasurer of Ontario (note 1) 

Interest on debentures 


3,179,059 
519,931 


3,023,175 
519,679 




3,698,990 


3,542,854 



See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



THE ONTARIO MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT CORPORATION 



1 . Interest on Advances 



Notes to Financial Statements 
March 31, 1975 



Pursuant to Order in Council 1307/73, interest payable by the Corporation on advances from the Treasurer 
of Ontario is an amount equal to the excess of revenue over expenditure for the fiscal year. 

2. Administration Expense 

The cost of administration has been paid by the Province of Ontario. 



32 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



SCHEDULE 
THE ONTARIO MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT CORPORATION 



Analysis 


by Rate of Interest 


Interest 


Par Value 


Rate 


1975 


1974 


/o 


$ 


$ 


5.75 


533,750 


812,100 


6.00 


1,057,330 


1,144,092 


6.25 


812,363 


994,888 


6.50 


7,527,001 


9,637,214 


6.75 


1,616,779 


1.779,198 


7.00 


6,508,485 


7,225,637 


7.50 


164,900 


180,900 


7.75 


725,900 


783,800 


8.00 


143,000 


153,000 


8.20 


2,084,750 


2,206,500 


8.25 


217,200 


252,000 


8.30 


1,013,500 


1,046,000 


8.40 


509,000 


532,000 


8.50 


3,472,300 


3,627,500 


8.60 


379,000 


393,000 


8.70 


2,733,800 


2,843,750 


8.75 


1,187,000 


1,236,000 


8.80 


195,000 


211,000 


8.90 


94,000 


96,000 


9.00 


3,099,200 


2,663,460 


9.10 


281,866 


— 


9.20 


361,300 


401,700 


9.25 


381,000 


— 


9.40 


2,862,300 


3,018,200 


9.50 


4,277,863 


3,277,000 


9.75 


466,500 


— 


10.00 


718,124 


— 


10.50 


1,351,684 


466,000 


10.75 


1,141,900 


— 


11.00 


380,500 


— 


11.25 


1,122,758 


— 




47,420,053 


44,980,939 


Deduct 






Unamortized 






net discount 






on debentures 






purchased 


165,556 


181,401 




47,254,497 


44,799,538 



Investments 








at March 31, 1975 










Analysis 


by Year of Maturity 




Year 


Principal 


Maturities 




Ending 


1975 


1974 




March 31 


$ 


$ 




1975 


— 


4,632,081 




1976 


5,124,728 


4,882,632 




1977 


5,372,457 


5,104,657 




1978 


4,671,491 


4,373,291 




1979 


3,859,156 


3.538,306 




1980 


3,338.416 


2,986,666 




1981 


2,649,789 


2,303.889 




1982 


2,416,959 


2,043,759 




1983 


2,254,783 


1,857,384 




1984 


2,267,172 


1,839,572 




1985 


1,978,709 


1,538.509 




1986 


1,879,493 


1,608.193 




1987 


1,914,300 


1,614,800 




1988 


1 ,962,600 


1 ,636,000 




1989 


1,673,300 


1,313,500 




1990 


1,462,900 


1,064,900 




1991 


1 ,409,900 


1 ,080,900 




1992 


1,114,600 


750,600 




1993 


818,600 


419,600 




1994 


690,700 


249,700 




1995 


547,000 


1 29,000 




1996 


4,000 


4,000 




1997 


4,000 


4,000 




1998 


5,000 


5,000 



47,420,053 44,980,939 



165,556 



181,401 



47,254,497 44,799,538 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 33 

ONTARIO MORTGAGE CORPORATION 

Balance Sheet 
December 31, 1974 

1974 1973 

Assets 

Cash $ 11,752,907 $ 

Mortgages receivable, including accrued interest 304,499,985 230,692,367 

$ 316,252,892 $ 230,692,367 

Liabilities 

IBank indebtedness $ $ 248,269 

Accounts payable and accrued liabilities 8,437,516 5,491,384 

Advances from the Treasurer of Ontario 307,495,000 223,492,000 

315,932,516 229,231,653 

Shareholders 1 Equity 

Capital stock— authorized and issued, 10 shares, no par value 10 10 

Retained earnings 320,366 1 ,460,704 

320,376 1,460,714 

$ 316,252,892 $ 230,692,367 

See notes to financial statements. 
On behalf of the Board: 



/-w 



Director. 







C 




A^U>w>- 



Director. 



To the Shareholders of Ontario Mortgage Corporation 

I have examined the balance sheet of Ontario Mortgage Corporation as at December 31, 1974, and the 
statement of earnings and retained earnings for the year ended on that date. My examination included a general 
review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as I 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at 
December 31, 1974, and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally accepted 
accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 



A report on the audit has been made to Ontario Mortgage Corporation and to the Minister of Housing. 



Toronto, Ontario, 
May 28, 1975. 




F. N. SCOTT, C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 



34 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

ONTARIO MORTGAGE CORPORATION 

Statement of Earnings and Retained Earnings 
Year ended December 31, 1974 

1974 
Revenue 

Interest $ 21,370,643 $ 

Other 141,254 

21,511,897 

Expenses 

Interest 21,336,337 

Administration expenses (Schedule 1) (note 3a) 1,315,898 

22,652,235 

Net (Loss) Earnings for the Year (note 4) (1,140,338) 

Retained earnings, beginning of year 1 ,460,704 

Retained Earnings, End of Year $ 320,366 $ 



1973 

18,258,022 

73,721 



18,331,743 



17 056 171 
900,000 



17,956,171 



375,572 
1,085,132 



1,460,704 



See notes to financial statements. 



ONTARIO MORTGAGE CORPORATION 

Administration Expenses 
Year ended December 3!, 1974 



SCHEDULE 



Salaries and benefits $ 

General and office expenses 

Transportation and communication 

Supplies and equipment (note 3b) 

Administration fees 



1974 


1973 


$ 735,656 $ 


— 


497,655 


— 


17,488 


— 


65,099 


— 


— 


900,000 


$ 1,315,898 


900,000 



See notes to financial statements. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 35 

ONTARIO MORTGAGE CORPORATION 

Notes to Financial Statements 
December 31, 1974 

1. The Corporation 

By Articles of Amendment the name of Housing Corporation Limited was changed to Ontario Mortgage 
Corporation effective August 19, 1974. 

2. Comparative Figures 

Comparative figures have been reclassified where necessary to conform to 1974 presentation. 

3. Accounting Policies 

(a) Administration Expenses 

For the year ended December 31, 1973, Ontario Housing Corporation provided administrative services 
to Ontario Mortgage Corporation and charged the cost of these services to the latter Corporation. The 
fee agreed upon for that year was $900,000. 

Effective January 1, 1974, responsibility was assumed for all direct administration expenses relating to 
Corporation activities. 

(b) Supplies and Equipment 

Furniture and equipment purchases for general office use are charged to supplies and equipment in the 
year of acquisition. 

(c) Provision for Contingencies 

On March 4, 1975, Management Board of Cabinet approved the transfer of assets and liabilities relating 
to Ontario Mortgage Corporation mortgages, from the Ontario Housing Corporation Mortgage Guarantee 
Fund to a similar fund in the name of Ontario Mortgage Corporation, to be carried by the latter Corporation 
as a provision for contingencies. The physical transfer of cash, mortgages, real estate and securities will 
be completed during 1975. 

4. Net Loss for the Year 

Provision has been made in the Province of Ontario estimates for the 1975-76 fiscal year to reimburse the 
Corporation for the operating deficit for 1974-75 in the amount of $1,570,000. The loss of $1,140,338 for 
the Corporation's year ended December 31, 1974, was drawn from the Treasurer of Ontario on April 18, 
1975, as a charge against the provision of $1,570,000. 

The 1974 loss referred to arose as a result of a provincial policy decision to make mortgage loans available to 
prospective home owners in moderate income ranges at rates of interest below the Corporation's borrowing 
cost. As a result, on the average, an insufficient margin existed between the Corporation's gross interest 
revenue and gross interest expense during the 1974 fiscal year, to cover administrative expenses. Losses that 
may arise from lending at an insufficient margin for the 1975 fiscal year have also been provided for in the 
Province's estimates for the 1975-76 fiscal year. Similar losses for future years will be submitted as part of the 
annual estimates process. 

5. Remuneration of Directors and Senior Officer 

The aggregate direct remuneration for the seven directors and one senior officer for the year ended December 
31, 1974, was $23,760. 



36 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



ASSETS 

Cash $ 

Accounts receivable 

Operating funds due from the Treasurer of Ontario (note 3) 

Other assets (note 2a) 

Mortgages and loans receivable 

Investment in properties under agreements for sale 

Land leased, at cost 

Investment in properties under development (note 4) 

Rental housing properties, at cost, less accumulated amortization of 

$10,519,960; 1973-57,707,498 (note 2b) 



Assets of mortgage guarantee and property damage funds (Schedule 1) 



ONTARIO HOUSING 

Incorporated without 
The Ontario Housing 





Balance 
December 


1974 


1973 


767,804 $ 


— 


15,390,301 


10,657,609 


19,274,214 


22,917,929 


2,074,555 


882,139 


4,068,359 


3,981,609 


7,918,751 


8,028,522 


73.761,477 


53,144,276 


395,173,174 


264,292,883 


868,829,893 


730,621,355 



$1,387,258,528 $1,094,526,322 



4,932,411 $ 



3,733,708 



On behalf of the Board : 




E. E. CLOW, 

Chairman. 




R W. RIGGS, 

Vice-Chairman. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 37 



CORPORATION 

share capital under 
Corporation Act 

Sheet 
31, 1974 

LIABILITIES 

Bank indebtedness 

Accounts payable and accrued liabilities 

Holdbacks and deposits on construction contracts 

Mortgages, debentures and similar indebtedness 

—Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation 

-Other 

Capital indebtedness to the Treasurer of Ontario 

Deferred income 



1974 


1973 


$ $ 


10,312,817 


60,863,716 


70,524,130 


20,650,514 


17,778,972 


845,335,322 
4,943,205 


762,020,126 
5,076,787 


454,046,799 


227,595,930 


1,418,972 


1,217,560 



$ 1,387,258,528 $ 1,094,526,322 



Reserves ofmortgage guarantee and property damage funds (Schedule 1). . . $ 4,932,411 $ 3,733,708 

See notes to financial statements. 



To the Members, Ontario Housing Corporation, and 
to the Minister of Housing 

I have examined the balance sheet of Ontario Housing Corporation as at December 31, 1974, and the 
statements of operations and operating funds from the Treasurer of Ontario for the year then ended. My 
examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and 
other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at 
December 31, 1974, and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally accepted 
accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 

In accordance with section 12 of The Ontario Housing Corporation Act, a report on the audit has been 
made to the Corporation and to the Minister of Housing. 




Toronto, Ontario, F. N. SCOTT, C.A., 

June 6, 1975. Provincial Auditor. 



38 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



ONTARIO HOUSING CORPORATION 

Statement of Operations 
Year ended December 31, 1974 



Loss on Public Housing Operations 
Provincial housing operations 

Rental revenue $ 

Expenses 

Property operating expenses 

Grants in lieu of municipal taxes 

Amortization (note 2b) 

Loss on provincial housing operations (note 5) 

Less: Share of loss charged to Central Mortgage and Housing 

Corporation and municipalities 

Federal-Provincial housing property losses— net (note 6) 

Loss on public housing operations 

Other Revenue and Expenses 
Other revenue 

Interest 

Income from leased land 

Gain (loss) from sale of real property 

Administration and management fees (note 2c) 

Sundry 

Other expenses 

Interest (note 2d) 

Administration (Schedule 2) 

Net other expenses 

Net operating loss for the year $ 

See notes to financial statements. 



1974 



1973 



51,419,627 $ 42,965,013 I 



61,625,161 
19,657,401 
59,260,729 



140,543,291 



89,123,664 
51,215,234 



37,908,430 
1,258,307 



39,166,737 



42,441,797 
15,790 761 
47,855,636 

106,088,194 

63,123,181 

36,280,686 

26,842,495 

1,075,793 

27,918,288 



2,734,175 

5,395,684 

309,443 

345,786 

4,498 


2,018,290 

4,044,292 

(152,064) 

1,149,486 

30,007 


8,789,586 


7,090,011 


4,050,340 

8,822,979 


1,481,629 
8,280,362 


12,873,319 


9,761,991 


4,083,733 


2,671,980 


$ 43,250,470 


30,590,268 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 39 

ONTARIO HOUSING CORPORATION 

Statement of Operating Funds from the Treasurer of Ontario 
Year ended December 31, 1974 

1974 1973 

Balance, beginning of year $ 22,917,929 $ 1,414,525 

Add: Net operating loss for the year: 

Ontario Housing Corporation 43,250,470 30,590,268 

Ontario Student Housing Corporation (note 3) 36,910 15,090 

66,205,309 32,019,883 

Less: Funds provided during the year 46,931,095 9,101,954 

Balance, end of year $ 19,274,214 $ 22,917,929 

See notes to financial statements. 









40 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



SCHEDULE 1 



ONTARIO HOUSING CORPORATION 

Mortgage Guarantee and Property Damage Eunds 
Year ended December 31, 1974 

ASSETS 

Mortgage guarantee fund 

Cash $ 

Due from Ontario Mortgage Corporation 

Due from Ontario Housing Corporation 

Securities, at cost, including accrued interest 

(Market value $3,464,338; 1973-53,056,812) 

Mortgages receivable on properties in process of foreclosure 

Real estate acquired by foreclosure, at cost 

Mortgages receivable arising from sale of real estate 

Property damage fund 

Cash 

Due from Ontario Housing Corporation 

Securities, at cost, including accrued interest 

(Market value $243,357; 1973— $261,303) 



1974 

268,638 $ 
231,497 
(967) 

3,970,346 
65,376 
27,667 
80,769 



4,643,326 



33,209 
(14,302) 

270,178 



289,085 



4,932,411 $ 



RESERVES 

Mortgage guarantee reserve (note 7) 

Fees $ 

Interest income 

Mortgages receivable acquired through settlement 

of claims 

Real estate acquired through settlement of claims. . 

Less: Claims paid including expenses 

Net (profit) loss on operation and disposal 
of real estate 

Property damage reserve (note 8) 

Provision 

Interest income 

Less: Property damage losses 



1,312,289 



4,856,310 



98,370 
(12,267) 



215,281 
(2,297) 



86,103 



212,984 



1,226,186 



4,643,326 



197,722 
24,583 



997,849 
86,042 



222,305 
249,788 



1,083,891 
794,806 



(27,483) 



289,085 



1,198,703 $ 



4,932,411 $ 



1973 



3 184,904 
35,186 
38,190 



3,417,140 



42,760 
1,485 

272,323 



316,568 



3,733,708 



the Year 






1974 


1974 


1973 


913,978 $ 


3,920,531 $ 


3,006,553 


299,941 


720,498 


420,557 


68,804 


103,990 


35,186 


29,566 


111,291 


81,725 



3,544,021 



116,911 
9,970 



126,881 



3,417,140 



800,127 
61,459 



861,586 
545,018 



316,568 



3,733,708 



See notes to financial statements. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



41 



SCHEDULE 2 



ONTARIO HOUSING CORPORATION 

Administration Expenses 
Year ended December 31, 1974 

Salaries 

General and office expenses 

Transportation and communication 

Supplies and equipment (note 2a) 

Construction supervision 

Management agents' and housing authorities' charges 

Other 

Less: Recovery of administration expenses 

See notes to financial statements. 





1974 


1973 


$ 


9,481,158 $ 


8,436,071 




2,582,722 


2,089,166 




958,719 


765,315 




868,810 


724,738 




398,646 


318,193 




3,429,822 


2,936,663 




340,165 


451,624 




18,060,042 
9,237,063 


15.721,770 
7,441,408 


$ 


8,822,979 $ 


8,280,362 






42 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



ONTARIO HOUSING CORPORATION 

Notes to Financial Statements 
December 31, 1974 

1 . Comparative Figures 

Comparative figures have been reclassified where necessary to conform to 1974 presentation. 

2. Accounting Policies 

(a) Other Assets 

Appliances valued at $45,405 were in storage as at December 31, 1974, and are included in other assets. 
These appliances will be charged to property operating expenses at the time they are removed from storage 
and utilized in specific rental housing properties. 

Furniture and equipment purchases for general office use are charged to supplies and equipment in the 
year of acquisition. 

(b) Rental Housing Properties, At Cost, Less Accumulated Amortization 

Land and building costs are being amortized over the term of the corresponding indebtedness. 

(c) Administration and Management Fees 

Management fees relating to the operation of Ontario Student Housing Corporation in the amount of 

$25,000 are included in this total by agreement between the Corporation and Ontario Housing 

Corporation. 

For the year ended December 31, 1973, Ontario Housing Corporation provided administrative services 

to Ontario Mortgage Corporation and charged the cost of these services to the latter Corporation. The 

fee agreed upon for that year was $900,000. Effective January 1, 1974, Ontario Mortgage Corporation 

assumed responsibility for all direct administration expenses relating to Corporation activities. 

(d) Capitalization of Costs 

Carrying charges, consisting principally of interest and grants in lieu of municipal taxes attributable to 
properties under development, are capitalized as part of the cost thereof. 

3. Operating Funds Due from the Treasurer of Ontario 

During 1974 Ontario Student Housing Corporation recovered development costs of $25,579 which were 
written off in the prior year. Accordingly, the excess of expenses over revenue for 1973 for that Corporation 
has been restated. 

4. Investment in Properties Under Development 

As at December 31, 1974, title to properties amounting to approximately $175,000,000 was registered in the 
name of Her Majesty The Queen In Right Of The Province of Ontario. All properties so registered were sold 
to the Ontario Land Corporation on March 31, 1975. 

5. Loss on Provincial Housing Operations 

Provincial housing properties are those that are developed and administered by the Ontario Housing Corpora- 
tion. Individual property operating statements are prepared for the benefit of Central Mortgage and Housing 
Corporation and one hundred and seventy-one municipalities. 

6. Federal-Provincial Housing Property Losses 

Federal-Provincial housing properties are developed by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation and 
administered by forty-one housing authorities throughout the province. Separate financial statements covering 
the property management activities of these authorities reflect gross income and expenditures, the net of 
which is shareable by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Ontario Housing Corporation and, 
in some instances, by the municipalities. The loss reported on this statement represents Ontario Housing 
Corporation's share only. 

7. Mortgage Guarantee Reserve 

The outstanding balances of mortgages guaranteed as at December 31 are as follows: 

1974 1973 

Ontario Mortgage Corporation $ 285,458,607 $ 211 ,356,862 

Approved lenders 70,261,612 71,527,443 



$ 355,720,219 $ 282,884,305 



On March 4, 1975, Management Board of Cabinet approved the transfer of assets and liabilities relating to 
Ontario Mortgage Corporation mortgages, from the Ontario Housing Corporation Mortgage Guarantee 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 43 

ONTARIO HOUSING CORPORATION 

Fund to a similar fund in the name of Ontario Mortgage Corporation, to be carried by the latter Corporation 
as a provision for contingencies. The physical transfer of cash, mortgages, real estate and securities will be 
completed during 1975. 

8. Property Damage Reserve 

Property damage reserves have been maintained by partnership agreements from the inception of the Ontario 
public housing program. The intent of such reserves was to cover repair costs relating to minor damage by 
fire, wind, water and vandalism. Annual provisions and costs charged have been consistently low in relation 
to total investment. Therefore, by agreement with Federal and Municipal partners, these reserves will be 
discontinued during 1975. In the future, minor fire, wind, water and vandalism costs will be distributed against 
all public housing rental units in the Province of Ontario on a per unit basis. 

9. Contingency 

In June 1967, the Ontario Government passed The Condominium Act. The initial response to this new housing 
legislation from the private sector was limited which prompted Ontario Housing Corporation to embark 
upon an active program, through Ontario Mortgage Corporation, of financing condominium development. 
Participation in the financing of more than 14,000 condominium dwellings was undertaken. As an incentive 
for several of the earlier projects, including Chapel Glen, Flemingdon Woods and Crescent Town, comprising 
more than 4,000 units, Ontario Housing Corporation provided financial guarantees. The contracts for these 
three developments in Metropolitan Toronto included clauses whereby Ontario Housing Corporation agreed 
to purchase any units remaining unsold six months after substantial completion. Due to a slower than expected 
public acceptance of high-rise condominiums, Ontario Housing Corporation, under the agreements, became 
liable during 1972 to purchase the unsold units at these three locations. By mutual agreement with the construc- 
tion companies, the Corporation's liability with respect to the purchase of the unsold units was deferred in 
exchange for a corresponding deferment of the companies' liability for interest on construction advances. 
Although the construction advances referred to are carried as assets by Ontario Mortgage Corporation, 
Ontario Housing Corporation is financially responsible for any settlement with the construction companies 
that may be negotiated under the contract clauses described above. As at December 31, 1974, accrued interest 
on advances in question amounted to $10,881,171 and such interest has been included as income in the accounts 
of Ontario Mortgage Corporation. 
A decision with respect to a final settlement with the construction companies referred to above has not been 



44 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



ONTARIO STUDENT 



ASSETS 

Cash 

Securities, at cost, including accrued interest (market value $34,570; 

1973-538,881) (note 3) 

Accounts receivable 

Net expense recoverable from Ontario Housing Corporation 

Mortgage receivable 

Property under development on leased land, at cost 

Rental housing properties on leased land, at cost, less universities' equity 
of $1,381,247; 1973— $1, 178,824 (note 4) 

Rental housing property, at cost, less accumulated amortization of 

$212,193; 1973—5160,235 (note 5) 





Incorporated without 
The Housing 








Balance 
December 




1974 




1973 


$ 


129,335 


$ 


— 




42,292 




42,534 




2,503,348 




2,081,872 




36,910 




15,090 




3,495,348 




3,505,919 




— 




3,884,022 




67,324,776 




63,344,853 




11,578,113 




11,630,071 


$ 


85,110,122 


$ 


84,504,361 




-^C 



Chairman. 




Vice-Chairman. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 45 



HOUSING CORPORATION 

share capital under 
Development Act 

Sheet 
31, 1974 



LIABILITIES 

Bank indebtedness $ 

Accounts payable and accrued liabilities 

Holdbacks on construction contracts 

Debentures and similar indebtedness— Central Mortgage and Housing 
Corporation 

Capital indebtedness to the Treasurer of Ontario 

Deferred income (note 2a) 



1974 


1973 


$ 


6,255 


3,001,592 


3,166,079 


33,174 


667,111 


73,396,656 


73,640,516 


8,600,400 


6,944,400 


78,300 


80,000 



85,110,122 $ 84,504,361 



See notes to financial statements. 



To Ontario Student Housing Corporation and 

to the Minister of Housing for the Province of Ontario 

I have examined the balance sheet of Ontario Student Housing Corporation as at December 31, 1974, 
and the statement of operations for the year then ended. My examination included a general review of the 
accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as I considered 
necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at 
December 31, 1974, and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally accepted 
accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 

A report on the audit has been made in accordance with section 17 of Order in Council 3417/66 under which 
the Ontario Student Housing Corporation was constituted. 




^ 



Toronto, Ontario, ^ v F. N. SCOTT, C.A., 

May 20, 1975. Provincial Auditor. 



46 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

ONTARIO STUDENT HOUSING CORPORATION 

Statement of Operations 
Year ended December 31, 1974 



Revenue 

Interest 

Gain from sale of real property (note 2a) 



Expenses 

Interest 

Administration fee (note 2b) 

General Administration (note 7) 

Salaries 

General and office expenses 

Transportation and communication 

Supplies and equipment 

Construction supervision 

Less: Recovery of administration expenses. 
Development costs absorbed as restated (note 6) 



Net expense recoverable from Ontario Housing Corporation $ 



See notes to financial statements. 



1974 


1973 


$ 4,689,703 $ 


4,083,394 


1,700 


— 


4,691,403 


4,083,394 


4,727,519 


3,969,545 


25,000 


25,000 





67,886 


8,494 


11,318 


— 


15,356 


— 


11 


— 


710 


(32,700) 


(37,800) 


— 


46,458 


4,728,313 


4,098,484 


$ 36,910 $ 


15,090 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 47 

ONTARIO STUDENT HOUSING CORPORATION 

Notes to Financial Statements 
December 31, 1974 

1. Comparative Figures 

Comparative figures have been reclassified where necessary to conform to 1974 presentation. 

2. Accounting Policies 

(a) Deferred Income 

The deferred income account as at the statement date is the unearned portion of gain from sale of real 
estate. 

(b) Administration Fee 

Ontario Housing Corporation provides administrative services to Ontario Student Housing Corporation 
and charges the cost of these services to the latter Corporation. The fee agreed upon between the two 
Corporations was $25,000 for the year ended December 31, 1974. 

3. Securities 

A student housing residence located on land owned by Queen's University at Kingston, was sold to the 
University on December 31, 1973. Amounts owing to the University pertaining to assets of reserve funds for 
capital repair and painting existing as at the date of sale, were paid to the University during 1974. Securities 
registered in the name of the Corporation, which formed part of these reserve funds, were liquidated early 
in 1975. 

4. Rental Housing Properties on Leased Land, at Cost 

The cost of student housing accommodation constructed on land leased from universities and colleges is being 
repaid to the Corporation over the duration of the leases. When costs are fully repaid the buildings will become 
the property of the various universities or colleges. Rental and maintenance activities on twenty-three such 
properties are administered by eleven universities or colleges in eleven municipalities throughout Ontario. 

5. Rental Housing Property, at Cost 

This property is located in Toronto to provide housing for University of Toronto students. The property is 
administered by the Corporation and net operating costs related to the land and building are recoverable 
from the University of Toronto. Land and building costs are being amortized over the duration of the 
corresponding indebtedness. 

6. Development Costs Absorbed 

During 1973 plans for certain student housing projects were cancelled. By arrangement with the Colleges and 
Universities concerned, the Corporation undertook to absorb 50% of planning and survey costs. Late in 
1974 plans to develop one of the projects were initiated by a community college. The College agreed to reim- 
burse the Corporation for the 50% share previously absorbed amounting to $25,579. Accordingly, the 
development costs absorbed in 1973 amounting to $72,037 have been restated to reflect the recovery. 

7. General Administration Expenses 

Due to decreased Corporate activity, late in 1973 salaries and certain other expenses were incorporated into 
the accounts of Ontario Housing Corporation, and are now covered by the annual administration fee referred 
to in note 2(b). Direct expenses for 1974 were minimal. 



48 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

ONTARIO LAND CORPORATION 

(Established by The Ontario Land Corporation Act, 1974) 

Balance Sheet 
as at March 31, 1975 

ASSETS 

Property interest, at cost (note 3) 

Properties for future development $231,202,969 

Properties for resale 6,040,532 



237,243,501 



Other Assets 

Cash 72,811,697 

Receivable from the Province of Ontario 4,1 55,557 

Deposits on properties 9,131 ,438 



86,098,692 

$323,342,193 

LIABILITIES 

Long Term Debt 

Notes payable (note 4) $320,100,000 

Mortgages payable, due 1976 and 1977 156,358 



320,256,358 



Other Liabilities 

Accounts payable and accrued liabilities 699,992 

Payable to the Province of Ontario 2,385,843 



3,085,835 



$323,342,193 




Approved on behalf of the Board : 

Chairman. Director. 

To the Board of Directors of the Ontario Land Corporation and 

to the Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs 

Under my direction, the balance sheet of Ontario Land Corporation has been examined as at March 31, 
1975. The examination from incorporation on March 19, 1975 to March 31, 1975 included such tests of accounting 
records and other supporting evidence as were considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion this financial statement presents fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at March 31 , 
1975, in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. 



Toronto, Ontario, F. N. SCOTT, C.A., 

October 31, 1975. Provincial Auditor. 




PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 49 

ONTARIO LAND CORPORATION 

Notes to Balance Sheet 
March 31, 1975 

1. Operations 

The Ontario Land Corporation (which commenced operations on March 31, 1975) is an Ontario Crown 
corporation created without share capital by The Ontario Land Corporation Act, 1974 as proclaimed on 
March 19, 1975. 

The Corporation was created to serve as a source of finance and an assembler of land for residential, com- 
munity, industrial, governmental and commercial development by both the private and government sectors. 
The operations of the Corporation are to be carried on by ministries of the Province of Ontario under manage- 
ment agreements. These agreements specify that the ministries will not be reimbursed by the Corporation for 
administrative costs incurred on its behalf. 

2. Accounting Policies 

The Corporation intends to follow the accounting policies and standards of financial disclosure generally 
used in the real estate industry in Canada. 

3. Property Interests 

(a) On March 31, 1975 the Corporation purchased from the Province of Ontario, at the Province's cost, 
existing property assemblies (consisting principally of land) as follows: 

North Pickering $181,053,872 

Townsend 30,1 17,050 

South Cayuga 26,072,579 

$237,243,501 



(b) The North Pickering assembly includes "hamlet" properties costing $6,040,532 which the Corporation 
intends to sell. 

(c) Property interests include payments totalling approximately $54,000,000 made towards properties under 
expropriation proceedings. Although these properties are owned by the Corporation at March 31, 1975, 
their ultimate cost is dependent on the results of these proceedings. 

(d) The Corporation plans to spend approximately $42,000,000 during its 1975-76 fiscal year towards the 
completion of its existing property assemblies. 

4. Notes Payable 

Notes are payable to the Province of Ontario and mature on March 31, 1980. Notes are redeemable, in whole 
or in part, at any time at the option of the Corporation. Interest at the rate of 85% per annum is payable 
semi-annually. 



50 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



ASSETS 

Cash 

Term deposits 

Accounts receivable 

Loans receivable (note la) 

Term, regular 

Term, Ontario Business Incentives Program 

Performance, subject to forgiveness 

Loans receivable re Northern Ontario Development Corporation (note lb) 

Term, regular 

Term, Ontario Business Incentives Program 

Performance, subject to forgiveness 

Loans receivable re Eastern Ontario Development Corporation (note lb) 

Term, regular 

Term, Ontario Business Incentives Program 

Lease option contract receivable (note lc) 

Serviced land at Sheridan Park, at cost (note Id) 

Fixed assets, at cost (less accumulated depreciation of $1,718,967; 

1974-51,246,361) (note le) 



ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT 


(Incorporated under The 




Balance 




as at March 


1975 


1974 


$ 


$ 
670,358 


5,525,000 


1 ,470,644 


164,370 


326,903 


48,037,188 

1,042,360 

33,315,034 


30,977,036 
33,477,979 


9,401,781 
3,160,000 
3,496,338 


4,951,609 

29,011 

2,950,994 


2,999,478 
2,805,478 





156,712 


159,004 


483,096 


557,973 



3,050,608 



3,375,138 



113,637,443 78,946,649 



See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



Approved on behalf of the Board 



JU_ ^p 



/ / Director 




Director 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 51 



1975 


1974 


$ 
6,090 


$ 


171,133 


105,767 


201,229 


76,698 


33,315,034 
49,255,611 


33,477,979 
27,787,067 


16,058,119 


7,931,614 


5,804,956 


— 


104,812,172 


69,379,125 



CORPORATION 

Development Corporations Act, 1973) 

Sheet 
31, 1975 

LIABILITIES 

Bank indebtedness 

Accounts payable and accrued charges 

Deposit and trust accounts 

Advances from Treasurer of Ontario 

Performance loans, subject to forgiveness 

Other 

Due to Northern Ontario Development Corporation re loans administered 
on its behalf (note lb) 

Due to Eastern Ontario Development Corporation re loans administered 
on its behalf (note lb) 



SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY 

Share capital— authorized and issued— 7,000 shares with a par value of 
$1,000 each 

Reserve for contingencies 

Reserve for replacement of buildings 

Retained earnings (deficit) 



To the Ontario Development Corporation and 
to the Minister of Industry and Tourism 

I have examined the balance sheet of Ontario Development Corporation as at March 31, 1975, and the 
statements of operations, industrial parks operations, deficit, reserve for contingencies and reserve for replace- 
ment of buildings for the year then ended. My examination included a general review of the accounting procedures 
and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at 
March 31, 1975, and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally accepted 
accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 

In accordance with section 24 of The Development Corporations Act, 1973, a report on the audit has been 
made to the Corporation and to the Minister. 



7,000,000 


7,000,000 


1,800,000 


1,800,000 


700,000 


700,000 


(674,729) 


67,524 


8,825,271 


9,567,524 


113,637,443 


78,946,649 




Toronto, Ontario, ' " F. N. SCOTT, C.A., 

August 22, 1975. Provincial Auditor. 



52 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Industrial Parks Operations 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Income 

Rental and utility charges 

Interest 

Other 



Expense 

Salaries and staff benefits 

Maintenance 

Administration 

Depreciation 

Provision for doubtful accounts 
Other 



Net income. 



1975 


1974 


$ 


$ 


1,962,913 


1,768,407 


92,463 


58,649 


48,864 


44,366 


2,104,240 


1,871,422 


710,438 


658,681 


832,151 


633,829 


22,415 


15,755 


454,798 


430,792 


68,431 


1,628 


— 


5,783 


2,088,233 


1,746,468 


16,007 


124,954 



See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



53 



ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Operations 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Income 

Interest 

Rent 

Net income on industrial parks operations 

Gain on sale of serviced land at Sheridan Park (note Id) 
Recovery of performance loans previously forgiven 



Expenses (note 1 

Salaries and staff benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment (note le) 

Performance loan forgiveness (note lb) 

Payments on guaranteed bank loans 

Less: Provided by Treasurer of Ontario during the year 

Provision for doubtful accounts (note lb) 

Interest 

Depreciation 

Other 

Net expense for the year 



1975 


1974 


$ 


$ 


3,119,646 


1,879,139 


21,432 


19,243 


16,007 


124,954 


170,266 


65,138 


91,277 


— 


3,418,628 


2,088,474 


2,199,199 


1,850,448 


100,752 


98,583 


382,019 


419,781 


116,385 


88,523 


3,796,236 


3,750,687 


319,074 


20,107 


6,913,665 


6,228,129 


6,913,665 


6,228,129 


2,106,464 


1,526,308 


2,038,664 


1,022,213 


15,753 


15,098 


— 


24 


4,160,881 


2,563,643 


(742,253) 


(475,169 



See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



54 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Deficit 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Balance, retained earnings, beginning of year 

Less : Net expense 

Transferred to reserve for replacement of buildings. 
Transferred to reserve for contingencies 



Balance, retained earnings (deficit) end of year 



1975 

$ 
67,524 


1974 

$ 
742,693 


742,253 


475,169 
100,000 
100,000 


742,253 


675,169 


(674,729) 


67,524 



Statement of Reserve for Contingencies 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Balance, beginning of year 

Add : Transferred from retained earnings 



1975 


1974 


$ 
1 800,000 


$ 
1 700,000 
100,000 



Balance, end of year 1 ,800,000 1 ,800,000 



Statement of Reserve for Replacement of Buildings 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Balance, beginning of year 

Add : Transferred from retained earnings 



1975 


1974 


$ 
700,000 


$ 
600,000 
100,000 



Balance, end of year 700,000 700,000 

See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 55 

ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Notes to Financial Statements 
March 31, 1975 

1 . Accounting Policies 

(a) Loans receivable 

The amount shown for term loans includes interest due and accrued. 

(b) Loans Receivable re Northern Ontario Development Corporation 
Loans Receivable re Eastern Ontario Development Corporation 

Loans are disbursed by these Corporations under section 12(1) of The Development Corporations Act, 
1973. In accordance with this Act, the loan agreements have been drawn between the borrowers and 
Ontario Development Corporation. Accordingly, such loans are deemed as receivable by this Corporation, 
and also, as payable to Northern Ontario Development Corporation and to Eastern Ontario Development 
Corporation. 

Provision for doubtful accounts excludes the provision relative to term loans administered by Ontario 
Development Corporation for the above two Corporations. The amount of such provision relative to 
these term loans is applied as a reduction of the corresponding loans receivable, and as a reduction of 
Ontario Development Corporation's liability to these two Corporations with respect to such term loans. 

Performance loan forgiveness excludes the forgiveness relative to performance loans administered by 
Ontario Development Corporation for the above two Corporations. The amount of such forgiveness 
relative to these performance loans is applied as a reduction of the corresponding loans receivable, and 
as a reduction of Ontario Development Corporation's liability to these two Corporations with respect to 
such performance loans. 

(c) Lease option contract receivable 

This contract pertains to property leased to a client with option to purchase. Only that portion of the rental 
which does not represent the lessee's potential equity in the property is recorded as income, with the balance 
of the rental being deducted from the lease option receivable. 

(d) Serviced land at Sheridan Park, at cost 

The original cost as well as the cost of improvements have been apportioned on a per acre basis, and the 
resultant per acre cost is used in determining the cost of sales of this land. 

(e) Fixed assets and depreciation 

Fixed assets are stated at acquisition cost and consist of: 

1975 1974 



Land 

Buildings and Improvements 
Equipment 



Cost 

$ 

342,514 

4,225,875 

201,186 


Accumulated 
Depreciation 

$ 

1,583,310 
135,657 


Cost 

$ 

342,514 

4,121,518 

157,467 


Accumulated 
Depreciation 

$ 

1,142,878 
103,483 


4,769,575 


1,718,967 


4,621,499 
1,246,361 


1,246,361 


1,718,967 






3,050,608 


3,375,138 





Generally, depreciation is provided on a straight-line basis, using rates of from 5 to 20 per cent per annum 
for buildings and improvements, and 20 per cent per annum for equipment. 

Equipment purchases for head and district office administration are charged to expense in the year of 
acquisition. 



56 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

(0 Expenses 

Expenses totalling $6,91 3,665 are reflected on a cash basis, and have been paid out of moneys appropriated 
by the Legislature under the authority of The Development Corporations Act, 1973. These expenses include 
certain administrative expenses incurred on behalf of Northern Ontario Development Corporation and 
Eastern Ontario Development Corporation. 

2. Contingent Liabilities 

As at March 31, 1975 contingent liabilities in the form of guaranteed bank loans amount to $11,987,826 
(1974-$4,669,736). 

3. Comparative Figures 

Comparative figures have been reclassified where necessary to conform to 1975 presentation. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



57 



NORTHERN ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

(Incorporated without share capital under 
The Development Corporations Act, 1973) 

Balance Sheet 
as at March 31, 1975 



ASSETS 

Cash 

Due from Ontario Development Corporation re loans administered for 
Northern Ontario Development Corporation (note la): 

Term, regular 

Term, Ontario Business Incentives Program 

Performance, subject to forgiveness (note 3) 

Lease option contract receivable (note lc) 

Investment (note 2) » 



1975 


1974 


$ 
365,481 


$ 
33,890 


9,401,781 
3,160,000 
3,496,338 
197,038 
2,896,237 


4,951,609 

29,011 

2,950,994 

1,701,110 


19,516,875 


9,666,614 



LIABILITIES 



Accounts payable 

Advances from Treasurer of Ontario- 
Forgivable performance loans . . 
Other 

Total liabilities 

Deficit 



3,644 




See accompanying notes to financial statements. 
Approved on behalf of the Board : 



^U, 6U^^<s 



3,496,338 
17,154,801 


2,950,994 
7,164,942 


20,651,139 
(1,134,264) 


10,119,580 
(452,966) 


19,516,875 


9,666,614 



Director. 



To the Northern Ontario Development Corporation, and 
to the Minister of Industry and Tourism 



" Director. 



I have examined the balance sheet of the Northern Ontario Development Corporation as at March 31, 1975, 
and statements of operations and deficit for the year ended on that date. My examination included a general 
review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as I 
considered necessary in the cirumstances. 

In my opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at 
March 31, 1975 and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally accepted 
accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 



In accordance with section 24 of The Development Corporations Act, 1973, a report on the audit has been 
made to the Corporation and to the Minister. 



Toronto, Ontario, 
August 22, 1975. 




^ 



F. N. SCOTT, C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 



58 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

NORTHERN ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Operations 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Income 

Interest 

Rent (note 1c) 



•nse (i 



Expense (note lb) 

Salaries and staff benefits 

Transportation and communication . . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Performance loan forgiveness (note la) 



Less : Provided by Treasurer of Ontario during the year 



Interest 

Provision for doubtful accounts (note la) 



1975 

$ 

532,947 

14,333 


1974 

$ 
328,576 


547,280 


328,576 


307,164 
85,125 
67,347 
16,862 

197,253 


177,499 
64,190 
49,466 
10,127 
47,468 


673,751 
673,751 


348,750 
348,750 


513,428 
715,150 


298,387 
250,000 


1,228,578 


548,387 


681,298 


219,811 



Net expense for the year 



Statement of Deficit 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 

Balance, beginning of year 452,966 233,155 

Net expense for the year 681,298 219,811 



Balance, end of year 1,134,264 452,966 

See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 59 

NORTHERN ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Notes to Financial Statements 
March 31, 1975 

1 . Accounting Policies 

(a) Due from Ontario Development Corporation 

Loans are disbursed by the Corporation under section 12(1) of The Development Corporations Act, 
1973. In accordance with this Act, the loan agreements have been drawn between the borrowers and 
Ontario Development Corporation. Accordingly, such loans are deemed as receivable from Ontario 
Development Corporation. 

The amount of the provision for doubtful accounts relative to term loans included above is applied by the 
Corporation, through a charge to operations, as a reduction of the amount due from Ontario Development 
Corporation. The amount shown for term loans includes interest due and accrued. 

The amount of any forgiveness relative to performance loans included above is applied by the Corporation, 
through a charge to operations, as a reduction of the amount due from Ontario Development Corporation. 

(b) Expenses 

Expenses totalling $673,751 are reflected on a cash basis, and have been paid out of moneys appropriated 
by the Legislature under the authority of The Development Corporations Act, 1973. These expenses do 
not include certain administrative expenses absorbed by Ontario Development Corporation. 

Equipment purchases for general office use are charged to supplies and equipment in the year of acquisition. 

(c) Lease option contract receivable 

This contract pertains to property leased to a client with option to purchase. Only that portion of the rental 
which does not represent the lessee's potential equity in the property is recorded as income, with the 
balance of the rental being deducted from the lease option receivable. 

2. Investment 

This investment represents the disbursements made pursuant to Order in Council 105/74 to acquire ownership 
of Minaki Lodge Resort Ltd. (and affiliated company, Minaki Development Company Limited), and to 
discharge the liabilities, and otherwise improve and operate Minaki Lodge Resort Ltd. 

The reported losses of these two wholly-owned subsidiaries for the year ended September 30, 1974 amounted 
to $610,194. The deficits of these two companies as at September 30, 1974 were reported at $1,322,058. 

Decreases in Northern Ontario Development Corporation's equity in these two companies, as the result of 
losses reported by these companies since acquisition of the shares, have not been reflected in the Corporation's 
accounts. 

3. Loan to Subsidiary Company 

Included in "Performance Loans, subject to forgiveness" is an amount of $444,632 advanced to (and repre- 
senting the investment in) Thunder Bay Ski Jumps Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary. The reported loss for 
this subsidiary for the year ended March 31, 1975 amounted to $19,997 and the reported deficit at that date 
was $21,762. 

This loss has not been reflected in the Corporation's accounts. 

4. Comparative Figures 

Comparative figures have been reclassified where necessary to conform to 1975 presentation. 



60 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

EASTERN ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

(Incorporated without share capital under 
The Development Corporations Act, 1973) 

Balance Sheet 
as at March 31, 1975 

ASSETS 

Cash 

Due from Ontario Development Corporation re loans administered for Eastern Ontario 
Development Corporation (note la): 

Term, regular 

Term, Ontario Business Incentives Program 

LIABILITIES 

Advances from Treasurer of Ontario 

Deficit 



$ 
46,087 



2,999,478 
2,805,478 



5,851,043 



5,982,522 
(131,479) 



5,851,043 



See accompanying note to financial statements. 



Approved on behalf of the Board : 



J ^^£&&*fZ?4*^4<X 



Director. 




Director. 



To Eastern Ontario Development Corporation, and 
to the Minister of Industry and Tourism 

I have examined the balance sheet of Eastern Ontario Development Corporation as at March 31, 1975, 
and the statements of operations and deficit for the year then ended. My examination included a general review 
of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as I considered 
necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at March 
31, 1975 and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally accepted accounting 
principles. 



In accordance with section 24 of The Development Corporations Act, 1973 a report on the audit has been 
made to the Corporation and to the Minister. 




Toronto, Ontario, 
August 7, 1975. 



F. N. SCOTT, C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 61 

EASTERN ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Operations 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 

Income $ 

Interest 51 ,649 

Expense (note lb) 

Salaries and staff benefits 1 78,966 

Transportation and communication 22,823 

Services 27,019 

Supplies and equipment 20,585 

249,393 
Less : Provided by Treasurer of Ontario during the year 249,393 

Interest 43,128 

Provision for doubtful accounts (note la) 140,000 

183,128 

Net expense for the year 131 ,479 



Statement of Deficit 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 

$ 
Balance, beginning of year nil 

Net expense for year 131 ,479 

Balance, end of year 131 ,479 

See accompanying note to financial statements. 



62 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

EASTERN ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Note to Financial Statements 
March 31, 1975 

1 . Accounting Policies 

(a) Due from Ontario Development Corporation 

Loans are disbursed by the Corporation under section 12(1) of The Development Corporations Act, 
1973. In accordance with this Act, the loan agreements have been drawn between the borrowers and 
Ontario Development Corporation. Accordingly, such loans are deemed as receivable from Ontario 
Development Corporation. 

The amount of the provision for doubtful accounts relative to these loans is applied by the Corporation, 
through a charge to operations, as a reduction of the amount due from Ontario Development Corporation. 

The amount shown for these loans includes interest due and accrued. 

(b) Expenses 

Expenses totalling $249,393 are reflected on a cash basis, and have been paid out of moneys appropriated 
by the Province of Ontario under the authority of The Development Corporations Act, 1973. These 
expenses do not include certain administrative expenses absorbed by Ontario Development Corporation. 

Equipment purchases for general office use are charged to supplies and equipment in the year of acqui- 
sition. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



63 



THE ONTARIO JUNIOR FARMER ESTABLISHMENT LOAN CORPORATION 

Incorporated without share capital under 
The Junior Farmer Establishment Act 

Balance Sheet 
as at March 31, 1975 



ASSETS 



Cash in banks— General 

— Fund for redemption of debentures (notes 1 and 2) 
—Trust funds (note 3) 

Mortgage loans— Interest due and accrued 

— Principal 

Discount on debentures unamortized 



LIABILITIES 

Accrued interest on debentures 

Mortgage interest paid in advance 

Insurance Loss Account 

Farm property sold (note 3) 

— funds held pending completion of sales and related matters 
—funds held in trust re completed sales 

— unrealized gain re completed sales 

Debentures — Guaranteed by Province of Ontario 

—maturing October 1, 1976, 4^% (note 2) 

Capital advance due to Treasurer of Ontario 



See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



1975 


1974 


$ 


$ 


135,029 


307,456 


9,640,162 


1,716,917 


12,880 


27,205 


2,273,782 


2,554,078 


73,308,120 


80,610,473 


25,354 


74,231 


85,395,327 


85,290,360 


$ 


$ 


246,140 


246,140 


13,729 


14,945 


15,854 


7,914 


2,649 


54,186 


12,880 


27,205 


63,961 


66,917 


11,000,000 


1 1 ,000,000 


74,040,114 


73,873,053 


85,395,327 


85,290,360 



Approved on behalf of the Corporation 




Chairman 




Vice-Chairman 



To The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation 
to the Minister of Agriculture and Food, and 
to the Treasurer of Ontario. 



I have examined the balance sheet of The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation as at 
March 31,1 975 and the statements of revenue and expenditure and deficit for the year then ended. My examination 
included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting 
evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion these statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at March 31, 
1975, and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally accepted accounting 
principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 

A report on the audit has been made to the Corporation, to the Minister and, in accordance with section 8 
of The Junior Farmer Establishment Act, to the Treasurer of Ontario. 



Toronto, Ontario, 
April 21, 1975. 




&■ 



F. N. SCOTT, C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 



64 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



THE ONTARIO JUNIOR FARMER ESTABLISHMENT LOAN CORPORATION 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Revenue— 

Mortgage interest earned 

Legal and other fees 

Bank interest 

Expenditure— 

Interest on capital advance— Treasurer of Ontario 

Interest on debentures 

Amortization of discount on debentures 

Losses on farm sales 

Life insurance premiums 

Excess of expenditure over revenue 

Statement of Deficit 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 

Balance — beginning of period 

Add : excess of expenditure over revenue 

Less: provided by Ministry of Agriculture and Food 

Balance— end of period 



1975 

$ 


1974 

$ 


3,821,515 

4,397 

627,939 


4,210,799 

6,553 

19,165 


4,453,851 


4,236,517 


7,834,282 

495,000 

48,877 

14,368 

684 


6,158,564 

495,000 

46,534 

2,056 

1,424 


8,393,211 


6,703,578 


3,939,360 


2,467,061 



3,939,360 



3,939,360 
3,939,360 



2,467,061 



2,467,061 
2,467,061 



See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 65 

THE ONTARIO JUNIOR FARMER ESTABLISHMENT LOAN CORPORATION 

Notes to Financial Statements 
March 31, 1975 

1 . Fund for Redemption of Debentures 

Commencing January 1974 the Corporation has been making periodic deposits into this bank account of moneys 
which otherwise would have been applied as repayments of the capital advances from the Treasurer of Ontario. 
It is the Corporation's objective that these deposits, with interest, will accumulate to an amount sufficient to 
retire the Corporation's debentures on their maturity date, October 1, 1976. 

2. Event Subsequent to Year-end 

In April 1975, the Treasurer of Ontario purchased issued debentures of the Corporation of a par value of $5.8 
million. The Treasurer of Ontario then sold these debentures for their purchase price to the Corporation. Pay- 
ment to the Treasurer of Ontario was made out of the Fund for Redemption of Debentures. 

3. Sale of Property 

The provisions of the Corporation's mortgage indentures allow the Corporation, without taking title through 
foreclosure, to sell a farm property in certain circumstances for cash or credit. Upon sale the Corporation may 
take back a mortgage which differs in amount from the mortgage outstanding at the time of sale. The excess of 
the amount of any new mortgage over the amount of the original mortgage outstanding at the time of sale is 
accounted for as an unrealized gain. The gain remains unrealized until such time as the amount of the original 
mortgage debt is retired. 

Mortgage principal payments received after the amount of the original mortgage has been retired constitute a 
realization of the gain, and are held in trust for the original owner or other claimant by the Corporation. Mortgage 
interest payments received after the amount of the original mortgage debt has been retired are similarly held in 
trust. 

4. Administration Expenses 

Salaries of the Corporation's staff and sundry administrative costs have been absorbed by the Ministry of 
Agriculture and Food and are not included in the statement of revenue and expenditure. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 67 

THE CROP INSURANCE COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Incorporated Without Share Capital Under 
The Crop Insurance Act (Ontario) 

Balance Sheet 
as at March 31, 1975 

ASSETS 1975 1974 

$ $ 

Cash 41,039 136,363 

Accrued interest 145 

Accounts receivable 1 26 

Investment— funds on deposit with the Treasurer of Ontario 7,639 

41,165 144,147 



LIABILITIES 

Provision for payment of unsettled indemnities 596,957 131,690 

Premiums collected in advance 373,481 180,401 

Unearned premium reserve 507,156 380,551 

Advances from the Treasurer of Ontario 3,500,000 70,000 

Advances from the Ministry of Agriculture and Food 20,000 20,180 

Reserve for payment of indemnities (4,956,429) (638,675) 



41,165 144,147 



Note: Total amount of insurance in force 

(Winter Wheat and Hay Crops) 5,145,960 3,736,370 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 

I have examined the balance sheet of The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario, as at March 31, 1975 
and the statements of revenue and expenditure and reserve for payment of indemnities for the year then ended. 
My examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records 
and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of The Crop Insurance Com- 
mission of Ontario as at March 31, 1975, and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance 
with generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 

In accordance with section 11 of The Crop Insurance Act (Ontario) a report on the audit has been made 
to the Commission and to the Minister. 

Toronto, Ontario, F. N. SCOTT, C.A., 

July 2, 1975. Provincial Auditor. 






68 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



THE CROP INSURANCE COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Revenue 

Crop Insurance Premiums: 

Premiums from insured persons 

Government of Canada share of premium subsidy 

Administrative expenses paid by the Province of Ontario (Schedule 1). . 

Interest income 

Miscellaneous 

Expenditure 

Indemnities (1975, 6,141 claims; 1974, 4,598 claims) 

Administrative expenses (Schedule 1) 

Interest on advances from Treasurer of Ontario 

Excess of expenditure over revenue 



1975 

$ 

3,702,933 
3,702,933 


1974 

$ 

1,895,837 
1,895,837 


7,405,866 

1,149,537 

256,479 

(106) 


3,791,674 

908,842 
56,169 

275 


8,811,776 


4,756,960 


11,937,807 
1,149,537 

44,978 


3,738,067 

908,841 

6,322 


13,132,322 


4,653,230 


(4,320,546) 


103,730 



THE CROP INSURANCE COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Statement of Reserve for Payment of Indemnities 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 



Balance as at beginning of year 

Deduct : 

Prior year's provision for unsettled indemnities in excess of payments. 

Add: 

Excess of expenditure over revenue 

Balance as at end of year 



1975 


. 1974 


$ 


$ 


(638,675) 


(744,005) 



2,792 



(635,883) 
(4,320,546) 



1,600 



(742,405) 
103,730 



(4,956,429) 



(638,675) 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 69 

THE CROP INSURANCE COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Schedule of Administrative Expenses 
for the year ended March 31, 1975 






Salaries 

Commissions and fees— agents 

Fees and expenses— adjusters 

Advertising and publicity 

Printing and stationery 

Travelling expenses 

Members' allowances and expenses . . 

Training agents and adjusters 

Equipment purchases 

Telephone, telegrams and postage 
Automobiles— fuel and maintenance. 

Provincial sales tax 

Miscellaneous supplies and services . . 
Arbitration board— fees and expenses 
Equipment maintenance and rentals. . 
Data processing (Note 1) 



Note 1 : Data processing services provided by other Ministries were supplied to the Commission without charge 

for the year ended March 31, 1974. 
Note 2: No charges are made to the Commission by the Ministry of Agriculture and Food for rental of office 

accommodation. 



1975 


1974 


$ 


$ 


449,001 


351,432 


355,110 


297,630 


151,285 


112,424 


37,906 


39,258 


37,868 


35,693 


18,638 


16,321 


9,663 


13,634 


6,694 


11,284 


20,659 


9,251 


8,635 


7,772 


5,890 


4,728 


5,574 


4,039 


10,919 


3,126 


1,794 


1,306 


644 


943 


29,257 


— 


1,149,537 


908,841 



70 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



ASSETS 

Current Assets 

Cash 

Accounts receivable (note 3) 

Due from wholly owned subsidiaries 

—accounts receivable 

— advances receivable 

Materials and supplies (note la) 

Prepaid insurance 

Deferred Charges and Other Assets— at cost 

Insurance and other funds (approximate market value 

1974-5218,251 ; 1973-5263,000) 

Bus franchises 

Deposits 

Investment in Telesat Canada 

Other 

Investment in Wholly Owned Subsidiaries at cost 

Investment in Property — at cost (notes lb, 2) 

Road — main line and branches 

— improvements— leased lines 

— wholly owned subsidiary Nipissing Central Railway 
Equipment — rail and highway 

— boat 

Other 

Uncompleted projects 

Less: accumulated depreciation (notes lb, 2) 



Contributory Pension Fund Held in Trust 

(approximate market value 1974-524,384,000; 1973-522,652.000). 



ONTARIO NORTHLAND 

Balance 
As at December 



1974 

5 
172,366 
5,152,376 

527,498 

880,000 

2,828,904 

26,500 



1973 

5 
633.616 
5,203,829 

95,730 

2,296,080 
23,400 



9,587,644 


8,252.655 


258.819 

212.679 

20,000 

1 50,000 

655 


286,777 

214.450 

20,000 

1 50,000 

2,487 


642,153 


673,714 


1 ,076,800 


1,076,800 


88,600,727 

4.227,123 

4,238,144 

27,115.615 

216,509 

724,786 

12,773,674 


86,703,768 

4,223,932 

4,241,670 

24,885,633 

216,509 

395,020 

3,588,828 


137,896.578 
41.317.665 


124.255,360 

39,726,735 


96,578,913 


84,528,625 


28,558,689 


24,283,803 


136,444,199 


118,815.597 



Approved on behalf of the Commission : 

G E CARR. 

Commissioner. 



F. S CLIFFORD. 

General Manager 



See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 71 



TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 

Sheet 
31, 1974 



LIABILITIES 



Current Liabilities 

Demand loans— Bank— guaranteed by Province of Ontario. 

— Province of Ontario 

Accounts payable and accrued charges 



Reserves and Deferred Credits 

Insurance and other funds reserves. 
Other 



Long Term Liabilities 

Loan from Province of Ontario, non-interest bearing 

Contributory Pension Fund Held in Trust (note 4) 

Retained Income (note 2) 



1974 

$ 

4,110.000 
35,000,000 

7,722,974 


1973 

$ 

3,640,000 

24,000,000 

6,312,396 


46,832,974 


33,952,396 


258,819 
75,695 


286,777 
60,101 


334,514 


346,878 


30,207,935 


30 207,935 


28,558,689 


24,283,803 


30,510,087 


30,024,585 



136,444,199 118,815,597 



72 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

ONTARIO NORTHLAND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 

AUDITORS REPORT 

To the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission and 
to the Minister of Transportation and Communications 

I have examined the balance sheet of the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission as at December 
31, 1974, and the statements of income, retained income and changes in financial position for the year then ended. 
My examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of the accounting records 
and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Commission as at December 
31, 1974, and the results of its operations and the changes in its financial position for the year then ended, in 
accordance with generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding 
year. 

A report on the audit, completed in accordance with section 39 of The Ontario Northland Transportation 
Commission Act, has been made to the Commission and to the Minister of Transportation and Communications. 

Toronto, Ontario, F N SCOTT, C.A., 

June 5 1975 Provincial Auditor. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



73 



ONTARIO NORTHLAND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 

Statement of Income 
for the year ended December 31, 1974 



Railway Operating Revenue 

Freight services (note 3) 

Passenger services 

Express (note 3) 

Communications (commercial) 

All other 

Railway Operating Expense 

Road maintenance 

Equipment maintenance 

Traffic 

Transportation 

Express freight 

Miscellaneous 

Communications 

General 

Other : bus, boat line, hotel 

Railway taxes— municipal 

Equipment rents 

Joint facility rents 

Total operating expense 

Income from railway operations 

Other Income 

Dividend— Star Transfer Limited 

Income before other charges 

Other Charges 

Interest on demand loans 

Payments toward the unfunded liabilities of Contributory Pension Fund 
(note 4) 

Total other charges 

Net income (loss) before Provincial subsidy 

Provincial Subsidy (note 3) 

Net income (loss) for the year (note 2) 



1974 


1973 


$ 


$ 


20,624,000 


18,385,272 


1,554,562 


1,584,221 


1,394,740 


1,341,850 


10,223,033 


8,658,066 


3,173,285 


2,620,337 


36,969,620 


32,589,746 



5,665,676 


5,099,609 


4,642,569 


4,721,054 


422,598 


378,722 


7,654,235 


6,107,747 


1,258,250 


1,150,158 


588,551 


455,155 


6,702,815 


5,559,356 


3,659,635 


2,938,441 


2,247,331 


1,781,707 


168,423 


160,409 


744,480 


655,120 


(44,706) 


(52,416) 


33,709,857 


28,955,062 


3,259,763 


3,634,684 



3,259,763 



3,366,248 
2,351,194 



5,717,442 



(2,457,679) 
2,908,018 



70,060 



3,704,744 



1,894,569 
2,292,416 



4,186,985 



(482,241) 



450,339 



(482,241) 



See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



74 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

ONTARIO NORTHLAND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 

Statement of Retained Income 
for the year ended December 31, 1974 

1974 1973 

$ $ 

Balance, beginning of year 30,024,585 29,481,839 



Add: 

Net income for the year (note 2) 450,339 

Profit on sale of Noranda Toll Centre 

Profit on sale of land 

Vouchers and wages written off 



Deduct : 

Net loss for the year . 



Balance, end of year 

See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



30,721 
4,442 


990,032 

33,998 

957 


485,502 


1,024,987 


30,510,087 


30,506,826 


— 


482,241 


30,510,087 


30,024,585 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



75 



ONTARIO NORTHLAND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 



Statement of Changes in Financial Position 
for the year ended December 31, 1974 



Source of Working Capital 

Net income (loss) for the year 

Items not requiring outlay of working capital— depreciation 
expense (note 2) 

Working capital provided from operations 

Proceeds on sale of Noranda Toll Centre 

Proceeds on disposal of other property 

Other items (net) 



Use of Working Capital 

Additions to investment in property 

Investment in The Owen Sound Transportation Company Limited 

Investment in bus franchise 

Deferred rental revenue 

Increase (Decrease) in working capital 



1974 

$ 
450,339 

3,273,643 


1973 
$ 
(482,241) 

3,629.501 


3,723,982 

315,377 
26,369 


3,147,260 

1,870,000 

251.047 

27,554 


4,065,728 


5,295,861 


15,611,317 


7,484,935 

385,000 

92,328 

67.607 


15.611,317 


8,029,870 


(11,545,589) 


(2,734,009) 



Components of Decrease in Working Capital 
Increase (decrease) in current assets 

Cash 

Accounts receivable 

Due from wholly owned subsidiaries . . 

Materials and supplies 

Prepaid insurance 



Decrease (Increase) in Current Liabilities 

Demand loans — bank 

Demand loans— Province of Ontario. . 
Accounts payable and accrued charges 

Increase (Decrease) in working capita! 



(461,250) 

(51,453) 

1.311,768 

532,824 

3,100 


424,435 

2,023,258 

104,116 

374,663 

700 


1,334,989 


2,927,172 


(470,000) 

(11,000,000) 

(1,410,578) 


20,870,000 

(24,000,000) 

(2,531,181) 


(12,880,578) 


(5,661,181) 


(11,545,589) 


(2,734,009) 



See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



76 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

ONTARIO NORTHLAND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 

Notes to Financial Statements 
December 31, 1974 

1 . Accounting Policies 

(a) Materials and Supplies 
With the exception of used rail, all materials and supplies are shown at cost. Used rail is shown at estimated 
utility value. 

(b) Investment in Property and Depreciation 
Fixed assets are stated at acquisition cost with the exception of office furniture and equipment, which is 
charged to operations in the year of purchase. With the exception of highway equipment, depreciation is 
provided on a straightline basis at rates based upon the estimated service lives of depreciable property. 
Highway equipment is depreciated on the diminishing balance basis based upon the estimated service 
life of the equipment. Except for uncompleted projects, for which no depreciation is provided, depreciation 
is based on asset balances at the beginning of the year. For railway and telecommunication properties, 
the rates used are as authorized by the Canadian Transport Commission. 

The estimated service lives used for principal categories of assets are as follows: 

Road— main line and branches 20 to 200 years 

Railway diesel locomotives 25 years 

Railway freight cars 33 years 

Boat 50 years 

(c) Income Taxes 

As a Crown Corporation of the Province of Ontario the Commission is exempt from income taxes, and 
accordingly no provision is reflected in operations. 

2. Effect on Depreciation of Previous Year's Change in Accounting re Project Expenditures 

To December 31, 1972, project expenditures were charged to the applicable investment in property account 
at the time of disbursement. Effective with the year ended December 31, 1973, project expenditures are now 
charged to an uncompleted project account at the time of disbursement. Upon completion of a project the total 
of the relevant expenditures are transferred to the appropriate investment in property account. 
As a result of the above change, the 1974 charge for depreciation is approximately $142,000 less than would 
have been charged under the previous method of accounting for project expenditures, since no depreciation 
is provided on uncompleted projects. 

3. Provincial Subsidy 

For the three months ending December 31, 1973, the Province of Ontario subsidized, to the extent of $87,500, 
losses as a result of the reduction of certain freight rates. This subsidy was included in railway operating revenues 
as freight services ($42,500) and express ($45,000). Further subsidies were not claimed by the Commission 
as these freight rates were increased during the earlier months of 1974. 

In 1974 the Province of Ontario provided funds for the purpose of subsidizing the net losses sustained by the 
Commission on its presently operated unprofitable services. The total subsidy for the year amounted to 
$2,908,018. The portion thereof receivable from the Province at December 31, 1974, amounting to $969,340, 
is included in accounts receivable. 

4. Contributory Pension Fund 

As at December 31, 1974, based on the latest actuarial reviews, less payments, the remaining unfunded liability 
of the Commission under its Contributory Pension Fund total $27,940,070. Of this amount $19,443,107 
represents the initial unfunded liability as of January 1, 1965; the balance of $8,496,963 represents the out- 
standing amount of unfunded liabilities created subsequent to January 1, 1965. 

The Commission has been making payments of interest and principal under The Pension Benefits Act. These 
payments have the effect of: 

—preventing an increase in the initial unfunded liability; 
—liquidating the balance of the unfunded liabilities over a period ending December 31, 1989. 

5. Comparative Figures 

Certain of the 1973 comparative figures have been restated to reflect the account classifications adopted in 
1974. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 77 

THE ONTARIO TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Auditors' Report to the Shareholders 

We have examined the balance sheet of The Ontario Transportation Development Corporation as at 
December 31, 1974 and the statements of earnings, deficit and changes in financial position for the year then 
ended. Our examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting 
records and other supporting evidence as we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

As explained in note 2 to the financial statements, realization of the amount shown as licenses under Develop- 
ment, Design and License Costs is contingent on the successful completion of development and marketing 
of the products involved. We are unable to form an opinion as to the likelihood of such realization. 

Subject to the ultimate recoverability of deferred Development, Design and License Costs, in our opinion 
these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the company as at December 31, 1974 and the 
results of its operations and the changes in its financial position for the year then ended, in accordance with 
generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding period. 

COOPERS & LYBRAND, 

February 10, 1975 Chartered Accountants 



78 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



ASSETS 

Current Assets 

Cash 


THE O 


NTARIO TRANS 

1974 

$ 
42,967 
4,730,670 
77,366 
41,595 
21,848 
1,029 


PORTATION 

Balance 
as at 

1973 

$ 

5,779,999 


Short-term investments — at cost 




Accounts receivable 




102,000 


Due from Province of Ontario (shareholder) 

Inventories — at the lower of cost and net realizable value 


Prepaid expenses 


Accumulated 

depreciation 

$ 

17,056 
10,622 
17,086 


1,250 




4,915,475 


5,883,249 


Mortgage Due From an Officer 


87,474 


- 


Fixed Assets (note 1) 

Cost 

$ 

Moulds 63,000 

Automotive vehicles 89,939 


45,944 

79,317 

133,279 


33,000 


Furniture and equipment 150,365 


- 


303,304 


44,764 


258,540 

105,300 

18,534 


33,000 


Leasehold improvements— 

at cost, less amortization of $7,199 






Demonstration models— 

at cost, less amortization of $8,266 














382,374 


33,000 


Development, Design and License Costs (note 2) 

Licenses 


5,125,801 
42,000 
35,764 


5,357,432 


Mould design costs 




42,000 


Prototype vehicle costs, less amortization of $8,935 in 1* 


)74 


22,449 








5,203,565 


5,421,881 


Incorporation Expenses 


3,666 


3,666 










$10,592,554 


$11,341,796 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



79 



DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Sheet 

December 31, 1974 



LIABILITIES 

Current Liabilities 

Accounts payable and accrued liabilities 

Expense advances from Province of Ontario (shareholder) . 



1974 

$ 
321,698 



321,698 



1973 

$ 

112,176 

31,014 



143,190 



Capital Stock 
Authorized— 

50,000 non-voting special shares with a par value of $100 each 
20,000,000 common shares of no par value 
Issued and fully paid — 

3,700,000 common shares 



Retained Earnings (Deficit). 



11,100,000 
(829,144) 



10,270,856 



11,100,000 
98,606 



11,198,606 



Signed on behalf of the Board 




. /^ruM 




Director 



Director 



$ 10,592,554 $ 11,341,796 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 






THE ONTARIO TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Deficit 
for the year ended December 31, 1974 



Year ended 

December 31, 

1974 

$ 

Balance — Beginning of Period 98,606 

Net earnings (loss) for the period (927,750) 

Balance-End of Period (829,144) 



Period from 
June 22, 1973 

to 

December 31, 

1973 

$ 

98,606 

98,606 



THE ONTARIO TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Earnings 
for the year ended December 31, 1974 



Income 

Interest 

Royalties 

Bus rentals 

Research and Development Expenses 

Intermediate capacity transit 

Light rail vehicle 

Small bus 

General research 

Other Expenses— 

General and administrative 

Selling 

Planning 

Total expenses 

Net Profit (Loss) for the Period 








Period from 




June 22, 1973 


Year ended 


to 


December 31, 


December 31, 


1974 


1973 


$ 


$ 


511,800 


133,349 


68,606 


— 


9,088 


— 


589,494 


133,349 


217,861 




162,825 


— 


161,106 


— 


251,802 


— 


793,594 


- 


508,285 


34,743 


186,429 


— 


28,936 


— 


723,650 


34,743 


1,517,244 


34,743 


(927,750) 


98,606 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



81 



THE ONTARIO TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Changes in Financial Position 
for the year ended December 31, 1974 



Year ended 

December 3 1 , 

1974 

$ 

Source of Working Capital— 

Cash receipts from sub-licensee 500,000 

Net earnings for the period 

Issue of common shares 

Use of Working Capital— 

Net loss for the period 

Less: Expense not requiring use of funds— Depreciation 

Used in operations 

Additions to fixed assets 

License acquisition costs 

Mould design costs 

Prototype vehicle costs 

Incorporation expenses 

Mortgage loan 

(Decrease) Increase in Working Capital 

Working Capital— Beginning of Period 

Working Capital— End of Period 



Period from 
June 22, 1973 

to 

December 3 1 , 

1973 

$ 



98,606 
11,100,000 



500,000 


11,198,606 


927,750 
(60,229) 


- 


867,521 
409,603 
268,369 

13,315 

87,474 


33,000 

5,357,432 

42,000 

22,449 

3,666 


1,646,282 


5,458,547 


(1,146,282) 
5,740,059 


5,740,059 


4,593,777 


5,740,059 



82 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

THE ONTARIO TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Notes to Financial Statements 
for the year ended December 31, 1974 

1 . Accounting Policies 
Depreciation and Amortization : 
Fixed assets- 
Moulds are being depreciated over the terms of a related royalty agreement, or their useful life. Automotive 
vehicles and furniture and equipment are being depreciated by the declining balance method, at rates of 30% 
and 20% respectively. 

Leasehold improvements are being amortized over the period of the lease agreement. 
Demonstration models are being amortized over the estimated period of benefit. 

Licenses— 

It is the intention of the corporation to amortize license costs over the period between the commencement of 

revenue therefrom to the expiry of the agreement on April 30, 1985. 

Mould Design and Prototype Vehicle Costs- 
It is the intention of the corporation to amortize these costs over their estimated period of benefit commencing 
with significant commercial usage thereof. 

2. Licenses 

The rights under these licenses were acquired as follows: 
Krauss Maffei License 

(a) In exchange for the issue of 1 ,700,000 common shares of the corporation at $3.00 per share $5,100,000 

(b) Paid by OTDC to Licensor $500,000 

Received from sub-licensee (500,000) 

(c) Sundry legal costs incurred in acquiring license 20,501 

5,120,501 
Other— Cash payment 5,300 

$5,125,801 



Under the terms of the Krauss Maffei License, the corporation obtained the right to use certain existing tech- 
nological information and also the right to further technological information to be developed during the course 
of a concurrent contract entered into with the Province of Ontario by the licensor to construct a working 
demonstration system based on the technical principles covered by the license agreement. This concurrent con- 
tract was terminated by the parties thereto before completion and the corporation will not receive such additional 
technological information as might have been developed in the course of completing the contract. The Province 
of Ontario has since authorized the expenditure of substantial funds as its expense to assess and refine the existing 
technological information with a view to establishing its future commercial usefulness. Until the completion 
of this project it is not possible to assess the likelihood of future recovery of the amount of $5,120,501 contained 
in the balance sheet as the cost of the Krauss Maffei License. 

Under the terms of the Krauss Maffei License the corporation was obligated to pay to the licensor a further 
amount of $500,000 and a claim for payment of such amount has been made by the Licensor. Management 
has resisted such claim and believes that there are adequate grounds for such a course of action. No liability 
for such an additional payment is shown in these financial statements. Were further payment to be made it 
would be added to the amount of $5,120,501 referred to above and would be subject to the uncertainties referred 
to in the preceding paragraph. 

As a result of the termination of the related contract no further royalties are payable by the corporation for the 
use of the rights already granted to it under the license agreement. 

3. Lease Commitments 

The corporation has signed agreements to lease premises with an annual commitment of $147,000 expiring in 
five years. 

4. Remuneration of Directors and Senior Officers 

The aggregate direct remuneration paid to the directors and senior officers, as defined by the Business Corpora- 
tions Act, amounted to $161,982. 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



LIQUOR CONTROL 



ASSETS 



Current 

Cash 

Accounts receivable 

Inventories, at cost 

Prepaid expenses 

Mortgage Receivable 

Fixed, at cost (note 2) 

Less: Amounts written off. 





Balance 




March 


1975 


1974 


$ 


$ 


2,152,005 

4,932,305 

60,044,658 

417,060 


4,099,686 

6,610,626 

51,132,114 

187,914 


67,546,028 


62,030,340 


16,715 


19,168 


63,249,871 
63,249,385 


59,679,425 
59,678,970 


486 


455 


67,563,229 


62,049,963 



See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



Approved : 




Deputy General Manager. 



To the Liquor Control Board of Ontario, 

to the Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations, and 
to the Lieutenant Governor in Council. 



I have examined the balance sheet of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario as at March 31, 1975, and the 
statements of income, retained income and changes in financial position for the year ended on that date. My 
examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and 
other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Board as at March 31, 
1975, and the results of its operations and the changes in its financial position for the year then ended, in accordance 
with generally accepted accounting principles which, except for the change in recording purchases of furniture 
and equipment as described in note 2 to the financial statements, have been applied on a basis consistent with 
that of the preceding year. 

A report on the audit has been made to the Board, to the Minister and, in accordance with section 1 7 of 
The Liquor Control Act, to the Lieutenant Governor in Council. 




<&■ 



Toronto, Ontario, 
July 31, 1975. 



F. N. SCOTT, C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

BOARD OF ONTARIO 

Sheet 
31, 1975 

LIABILITIES 

Current 

Accounts payable and accrued expenses 

Deferred revenue 

Reserves 

Contingencies 

Insurance 

Retained income 



85 



1975 

$ 

32,306,536 
157,954 


1974 

$ 

34,092,194 

72,775 


32,464,490 


34,164,969 


— 


500,000 
1,000,000 


— 


1,500,000 


35,098,739 


26,384,994 


67,563,229 


62,049,963 



86 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 






LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF ONTARIO 



Sales 

Cost of sales 

Gross income 

Operating expenses — (note 3) 

Operating income 

Other revenue— (note 4) 

Net income for the year 

See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



Statement of Income 
year ended March 31, 1975 


1975 

$ 
683,258,454 

376,701,141 


1974 

$ 
594,438,726 

327,897,155 








306,557,313 
71,686,605 


266,541,571 
59,492,889 










234,870,708 
73,993,038 


207,048,682 




74,991,620 








308,863,746 


282,040,302 







LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF ONTARIO 

Statement of Retained Income 
year ended March 31, 1975 



Balance at beginning of year 


1975 

$ 
26,384,994 


1974 

$ 
25,144,692 






Add: 


308,863,745 

500,000 
1 ,000,000 


282,040,302 


Reserves 

Contingencies 

Insurance 


— 




310,363,745 


282,040,302 


Deduct : 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario on account of net income 


301,650,000 


280,800,000 


Balance at end of year 


35,098,739 


26,384,994 


See accompanying notes to financial statements. 







PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 87 

LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF ONTARIO 

Statement of Changes in Financial Position 
year ended March 31, 1975 



Source of Working Capital 

Net income for the year 

Item not requiring an outlay of funds- 
Fixed assets written off 

Decrease in mortgage receivable 



Application of Working Capital 

Investment in fixed assets 

Payments to Treasurer of Ontario on account of net income 



Increase in working capital 

Working capital at beginning of year 

Working capital at end of year 

See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



1975 

$ 

308,863,745 

4,493,010 

2,453 


1974 

$ 

282,040,302 

4,036,539 
2,319 


313,359,208 


286,079,160 


4,493,041 
301,650,000 


4,036,575 
280,800,000 


306,143,041 


284,836,575 


7,216,167 
27,865,371 


1,242,585 
26,622,786 


35,081,538 


27,865,371 



88 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF ONTARIO 

Notes to Financial Statements 
March 31, 1975 

Comparative Figures 

Comparative figures have been reclassified where necessary to conform to 1975 presentation. 

Fixed Assets 

It is the policy of the Board to carry each parcel of land and each building on its books at the nominal value 
of $1.00. The total of furniture and equipment in current use and leasehold improvements is carried on the 
books at the nominal value of $1.00. All asset costs in excess of these nominal values are written off in the 
year of acquisition. 



The cost at year-end of fixed assets is as follows 



Land 

Buildings 

Furniture and equipment 
Leasehold improvements. 



Details of fixed assets written off during the year are as follows: 



Land 

Buildings 

Furniture and equipment 
Leasehold improvements. 



1975 1974 



$ 


$ 


8,274,779 


8,107,874 


39,699,242 


37,538,643 


9,210,780 


8,440,495 


6,065,070 


5,592,413 



63,249,871 59,679,425 



1975 


1974 


$ 

189,711 

2,505,586 

969,704 

828,009 


$ 

482,190 

2,203,435 

751,883 

599,031 



4,493,010 4,036,539 



During the year ended March 31, 1975 the accounting treatment of furniture and equipment purchases was 
changed. Previously, all furniture and equipment was charged as fixed assets; now such purchases are charged 
as inventory and transferred to fixed assets only as they are put into current use. The effect of this change 
is to increase the net income of the year ended March 31, 1975 by $244,096, being the amount of fixed assets 
carried in inventory at year-end. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 89 

LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF ONTARIO 

3. Operating Expenses 

These include the expenses of the Liquor Licence Board of Ontario and are as follows : 



Salaries 

Superannuation 

Canada pension plan 

Employees' insurance and health plans 

Workmen's Compensation and unemployment insurance. 

Rent 

Light, heat and power 

Premises protection 

Repairs and maintenance 

Insurance 

Grants in lieu of business taxes 

Grants in lieu of property taxes 

Postage 

Stationery 

Telephone and telegraph 

Packing material 

Freight 

Discounts 

N.A.T.O. discounts 

Agency commissions 

Agency expenses 

Breakages 

Sundries 

Travelling 

Car and truck expenses 

Data processing equipment rental and supplies 

Exchange 

Store services expense 

Ontario Provincial Police— reimbursement of certain 

administrative and enforcement expenses 

Store stock losses 

Store security service 

Fixed assets written off 



1975 




1974 






%of 




%of 


$ 


sales 


$ 


sales 


47,481,422 


6.95 


39,403,752 


6.63 


1,899,539 


.28 


1,633,706 


.28 


508,433 


.07 


405,852 


.07 


1,198,108 


.18 


892,004 


.15 


625,727 


.09 


349,564 


.06 


4,649,884 


.68 


3,804,238 


.64 


1,071,300 


.16 


909,619 


.15 


82,990 


.01 


64,080 


.01 


1,641,640 


.24 


1,638,975 


.28 


138,970 


.02 


147,044 


.02 


820,697 


.12 


698,370 


.12 


742,907 


.11 


685,340 


.12 


126,921 


.02 


134,791 


.02 


898,303 


.13 


718,910 


.12 


280,449 


.04 


238,710 


.04 


1,210,966 


.18 


691,770 


.12 


20,252 


.00 


13,991 


.00 


63,919 


.01 


63,953 


.01 


98,531 


.01 


103,174 


.02 


392,539 


.06 


349,101 


.06 


54,826 


.01 


62,185 


.01 


246,666 


.04 


189,623 


.03 


440,066 


.06 


407,298 


.07 


850,177 


.13 


594,360 


.10 


17,040 


.00 


9,157 


.00 


463,541 


.07 


327,564 


.05 


16,308 


.00 


26,601 


.00 


221,103 


.03 


262,344 


.04 


369,601 


.05 


353,608 


.06 


254,604 


.04 


164,386 


.03 


306,166 


.04 


112,280 


.02 


4,493,010 


.67 
10.50 


4,036,539 


.68 


71,686,605 


59,492,889 


10.01 



4. Other Revenue 

This includes revenue of the Liquor Licence Board of Ontario and is as follows : 



Brewers' licence fees 

Brewery store and brewers' retail store licence fees 

Gallonage fees on beer production— Ontario breweries. . . . 
Gallonage fees on beer sales— Extra— Provincial Breweries 

Licence fees— The Liquor Licence Act 

Ontario wine licence fees 

Special occasion permit fees 

Special occasion permit purchase fees 

Transfer fees 

Interest on bank balances 

Miscellaneous income 



1975 


1974 


$ 


$ 


13,500 


19,500 


203,800 


274,600 


50,013,388 


51,845,856 


3,270,767 


3,386,799 


12,231,281 


11,334,669 


975,342 


1,197,339 


1,880,030 


1,858,175 


3,076,148 


2,730,645 


1,801,601 


1,799,398 


66,816 


176,327 


460,365 


368,312 



73,993,038 74,991,620 



90 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

ONTARIO LOTTERY CORPORATION 

(Incorporated without share capital under 
The Ontario Lottery Corporation Act, 1974) 

Balance Sheet 
as at March 31, 1975 

ASSETS 

Current Assets 

Cash and term deposits 

Deposits 

Accrued interest receivable 

Travel advances 

Prepaid marketing and advertising expenses (note 2) 

Organization expense— at cost 

LIABILITIES 

Current Liabilities 

Accounts payable and accrued liabilities 

Advances from the Treasurer of Ontario 

Deferred credits (note 3) 

Deficit 

Loss for the period 



See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



1975 

$ 

381,899 | 
31,341 
670 
5,505 

232,321 



651,736 
11,302 



663,038 



336,148 

300,000 

52,698 



663,038 




On behalf of the Board of Directors: 



Director. 



To the Board of Directors of the Ontario Lottery Corporation and 
to the Minister of Culture and Recreation 

I have examined the balance sheet of the Ontario Lottery Corporation as at March 31, 1975 and the state- 
ment of operations for the period from inception on February 6, 1975 to March 31, 1975. My examination 
included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting 
evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at March 
31, 1975 and the results of its operations for the period then ended, in accordance with generally accepted 
accounting principles. 



A report on the audit has been made to the Corporation and to the Minister 



Toronto, Ontario, 
October 30, 1975. 




F. N. SCOTT, C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 91 

ONTARIO LOTTERY CORPORATION 

Statement of Operations 

for the period from inception on 

February 6, 1975 to March 31, 1975 

1975 
$ 
Revenue 

Interest income 580 

Expenditures 

Salaries and benefits (note 4) 1 1 , 1 44 

Directors' remuneration and expenses 12,699 

Advertising and promotion 752 

Travel 913 

Office and general 880 



26,388 



Loss for the period (25,808) 

See accompanying notes to financial statements. 



ONTARIO LOTTERY CORPORATION 

Notes to Financial Statements 
March 31, 1975 

1. Commitment 

On March 27, 1975 offers to lease were accepted by the lessor committing the Corporation to provide $136,645 
annually for the five years terminating June 30, 1980 for the Corporation's office premises at 2 Bloor Street 
West, Toronto. 

2. Prepaid Marketing and Advertising Expenses 

During the period, the Corporation incurred certain marketing and advertising costs relating to drawings 
which will take place in the subsequent year. Such costs will accordingly be charged to operations during the 
year ended March 31, 1976. 

3. Deferred Credits 

This amount represents recoveries from a sub-lessee with respect to their share of future rent payable. 

4. Salaries and Benefits 

During the formative period of the Corporation from December, 1974 until mid-February, 1975, admini- 
strative personnel were supplied by certain Ministries of the Province of Ontario. The salaries and benefits 
of such personnel were absorbed by the Ministries during this period. 



accounts 



vol. 3 — details of expenditures 



ONTARIO 



PUBLISHED BY THE MINISTRY OF TREASURY. ECONOMICS 
AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS 

Printed by J. C. Thatcher, Queen's Printer for Ontario 



public 
accounts 

1 974-75 
vol. 3 — details of expenditures 




ONTARIO 



Ontario 



PUBLISHED BY THE MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS 
AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS 

Printed by J. C. Thatcher, Queen's Printer for Ontario 



To The Honourable Pauline M. McGibbon, Q.C., LL.D., D.U. (Ott), 
Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Ontario. 



May It Please Your Honour : 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour supplementary 
information to the Public Accounts of the Province of Ontario for the fiscal year 
ended March 31st, 1975, in accordance with the requirements of The Ministry of 
Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs Act, 1972. 



Respectfully submitted, 



Cu-<^UsS^I^ 



W. Darcy McKeough, 

Treasurer of Ontario, 
Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs. 



Toronto, January 31, 1976 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

General Page 

A Guide to Public Accounts 5 

Ministry Statements 

Office of the Lieutenant Governor 7 

Office of the Assembly 9-11 

Office of the Premier 13 

Cabinet Office 15 

Management Board of Cabinet 17 18 

Office of the Provincial Auditor 19 

Government Services 21-33 

Housing 35-37 

Revenue 39-41 

Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs 43-53 

Justice Policy 55 

Attorney General 57-64 

Consumer and Commercial Relations 65-67 

Correctional Services 69-73 

Solicitor General 75-78 

Resources Development Policy 79 

Agriculture and Food 81 86 

Energy 87-88 

Environment 89-94 

Industry and Tourism 95-98 

Labour 99-100 

Natural Resources 101 -109 

Transportation and Communications 1 1 1 -1 34 

Social Development Policy 135 

Colleges and Universities 137-142 

Community and Social Services 143-163 

Culture and Recreation 165 

Education 1 67- 1 74 

Health 175-192 

Remuneration Received By Officials from Two or More Ministries 193-195 



A GUIDE TO PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Scope of the Public Accounts 

The 1974-75 Public Accounts of the Province of Ontario comprise three 

volumes: 

Volume 1 contains the financial statements of the Province. 

Volume 2 contains the financial statements of those Provincial Crown 

corporations, boards and commissions in which the Province has an 

investment or which have an advance from the Province. 

Volume 3 contains the details of expenditures required by the Standing 

Committee on Public Accounts. 

A Guide to Volume 3 of the Public Accounts 

Details of expenditures are reported under the following categories for 

each ministry: 

(1) Voted Appropriations 

(a) Salaries and Wages 

Employees who earned $20,000 or more in the fiscal year are 
listed in alphabetical sequence. In addition, remuneration exceed- 
ing $20,000 received by officials from two or more Ministries is 
contained in pages 193 to 195. 

(b) Employee Benefits 

(c) Travelling Expenses 

Individuals whose total travelling expenses were more than $2,500 
are listed alphabetically. The travelling expenses of Ministers, 
Parliamentary Assistants and Deputy Ministers are included 
regardless of amount. 

(d) Other Payments 

Recipients of payments accumulating to more than $10,000 are 
listed in alphabetical sequence under various subheadings appro- 
priate to the individual ministry. 

(2) Statutory Appropriations 

Amounts paid are listed by individual Statutory Appropriation. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



OFFICE OF THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($31,985) 

Secretary and other salaries and wages under $20,000, 31,985. 

Employee Benefits ($2,911) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 348; Group Insurance, 159; Long Term 
Income Protection, 143; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 354; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 1,510; 
Unemployment Insurance, 397. 



Other Payments ($28,223) 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($8,223): 
Accounts under $10,000, 8,223. 



Expenses ($20,000): 

Her Honour Pauline McGibbon allowance for contingencies, 20,000. 

Total Other Payments 28,223 



Summary of Expenditures 

Voted — 

Salaries and Wages 31 ,985 

Employee Benefits 2,9 1 1 

Other Payments 28.223 



Total Expenditures, Office of the Lieutenant Governor $63,1 19 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



OFFICE OF THE ASSEMBLY 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($771,378) 

P. A. Brannan, 23,586; D. Cameron. 20,508; R. J. Fleming, 22,649; E. J. Hemphill, 20,508; R. G. Lewis. 41,989; 
A. F. Sloga, 20,508 ;-Other salaries and wages under $20,000, 621,630. 

Employee Benefits ($53,474) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 5,930; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 
29,485; Unemployment Insurance, 6,631 ;— Other Employee Benefits (Group Insurance, Long Term Income 
Protection, Ontario Health Insurance Plan); 4,535. 

Other Benefits — Attendance Bonus Credits (Annual), 5,069; Attendance Bonus Credits (Terminal), 1,824. 

Travelling Expenses ($10,404) 

Accounts under $2,500, 10,404. 

Other Payments ($6,520,122) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($589,077): 

The Carswell Co. Ltd., 340,168; Eicon Association, 48,338; The Ministry of Government Services, 22,516; 
International Business Machines, 17,874; The Management Board, 78,800; — Accounts under $10,000. 
81,381. 

Allowance to Mr. Speaker in Lieu of Contingencies ($9,000): 

Honourable Allan E. Reuter, 5,030; Honourable Russell D. Rowe, 3,970. 

Grant and Expenses in connection with Commonwealth Parliamentary Association ($69,171): 

Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, 3,548; Honourable A. E. Reuter re: Association Conference. 
4,502; Hyatt Regency. Toronto. 32.185; Accounts under $10,000. 28,936. 

Members' Services, including secretarial, research, office equipment and supplies, maintenance, printing, legisla- 
tive printing, etc. ($2,294,307): 
Salaries and Wages: 

Sundry persons employed for members (not public servants) ($1,383,407): 
M. Gee, 24,289;-Other Salaries and Wages under $20,000, 1,359,118. 
Employee Benefits ($35,231): 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario re: Canada Pension Plan, 10,421; Unemployment Insurance, 
13,154; North American Life Assurance Co., 5.774; — Other Benefits: Attendance Credit payments 
(Annual), 4,149; Attendance Credit payments (Terminal), 1,733. 
Travelling Expenses Account under $2,500, ($17,743) 
Miscellaneous ($857,926): 

Alphatext Systems Ltd., 35,813; A. B. Dick Company of Canada, 30,434; J. & J. Dineley Ltd., 34,933; 
The Ministry of Government Services, 189,261; Ministry of Government Services, Government 
Stationery Account, 84,709; International Business Machines, 12,990; Management Board of 
Cabinet, 40,884; Noble Scott Company Ltd., 289,456; Whyte Hook Papers, 33,939;- Accounts 
under $10,000, 105,507. 

Indemnities and Allowances to Members, including Accommodation and Travel Expenses ($3,214,782): 
Indemnities ($1,748,137): 

115 Members at $1 5,000 per annum, 1 ,725,000; F. Guindon, 3,082; A. B. R. Lawrence, 7,274; G. Samis, 
6,822; P. Taylor, 5,959. 
Additional Indemnities ($71,501): 

Leader of the Opposition — R. F. Nixon, 18,000; Leader of the New Democratic Party — S. Lewis, 
5,000; Opposition House Leader— J. R. Breithaupt, 5,000; New Democratic Party House Leader 
—I. Deans, 2,500; Speaker-Hon. A. E. Reuter, 5,030; Hon R. D. Rowe, 3,970; Deputy Speaker 
and Chairman of the Committees of the Whole House- W. Hodgson, 2,205; R. D. Rowe, 2,795; 



10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

OFFICE OF THE ASSEMBLY -Continued 

Deputy Chairman of the Committees of the Whole House— W. Hodgson, 1,677; G. E. Smith, 
1 ,241 ; Chief Government Whip— R. D. Kennedy, 5,000; Deputy Government Whip— B. Gilbertson, 
1,216; G. E. Smith, 1,759; Government Whips— B. Gilbertson, 1,189; G. Nixon, 734; W. J. 
Nuttall, 811; J. Turner, 1,063; T. Wardle, 811; Chief Opposition Whip-H. Worton, 3,000; 
Opposition Whips— B. Newman, 2,000; J. Spence, 2,000; Chief New Democratic Party Whip— 
J. E. Stokes, 2,500; New Democratic Party Whip— P. Lawlor, 2,000. 
Chairman of Standing Committees ($12,000): 

M. Hamilton, 2,000; D. H. Morrow, 2,000; R. K. McNeil, 2,000; W. J. Nuttall, 2,000; P. Reid, 2,000; 
J. A. Taylor, 2,000. 
Accommodation and Travel Expenses ($498,075): 
Allowance for Expenses ($874,069) : 

115 Members at $7,500 per annum, 862,500; F. Guindon, 1,541; A. B. R. Lawrence, 3,637; G. 
Samis, 3,41 1 ; P. Taylor, 2,980. 
Representation Allowance ($1 1,000): 

Hon. W. G. Davis, 4,500; S. Lewis, 1,500; R. F. Nixon, 3,000; Hon. A. E. Reuter, 1,118; Hon. R. D. 
Rowe, 882. 

Committee Fees ($343,785): 

Select Committee to inquire into and review the Corporations Act of the Province of Ontario and related 
Acts and Regulations including the Corporations Information Act and the Mortmain and 
Charitable Uses Act ($158,690): 
(Cumulative Expenses to March 31, 1975, $807,158). 
Per Diem Allowances for Expenses Attending Meetings ($19,740): 

W. Hodgson, Chairman, 2,340; J. A. Belanger, 1,600; D. W. Ewen, 1,950; E. R. Good, 1,800; 
E. Havrot, 1,700; R. M. Johnston, 1,100; P. Lawlor, 1,850; J. Renwick, 1,750; V. M. Singer, 
1,800; G. E. Smith, 1,900; J. A. Taylor, 1,950. 
Travelling Allowances and Disbursements ($14,448): 

W. Hodgson, Chairman, 1,445; J. A. Belanger, 2,497; D. W. Ewen, 2,111; E. R. Good, 1,090; 

E. Havrot, 1,857; R. M. Johnston, 1,425; P. Lawlor, 180; J. Renwick, 487; V. M. Singer, 
360; G. E. Smith, 1,588; J. A. Taylor, 1,408. 

Miscellaneous ($124,502): 

Borden & Elliot, 28,037; Inn on the Park, London (England), 14,964; Ness and Winters, 32,011 ; 
-Accounts under $10,000, 31,71 1 ; Payroll, 17,779. 
Select Committee on Economic and Cultural Nationalism ($74,713): 
(Cumulative Expenses to March 31, 1975 ($573,889) 
Per Diem Allowances for Expenses Attending Meetings: 

R. D. Rowe, Chairman, 540; D. M. Deacon, 600; I. Deans, 700; R. G. Hodgson, 700; R. D. 
Kennedy, 700; N. Leluk, 700; E. W. Martel, 700; R. S. Smith, 700; G. Walker, 50. 
Travelling Allowances and Disbursements ($4,442): 

R. D. Rowe, Chairman, 255; D. M. Deacon, 148; I. Deans, 533; R. G. Hodgson, 648; R. D. 
Kennedy, 219; N. Leluk, 205; E. W. Martel, 1,022; R. S. Smith, 1,287; G. Walker, 125. 
Miscellaneous ($64,881): 

C. K. Marchant, 11,987; Noble Scott Co. Ltd., 10,314; Torkin-Manes, 21, 832;- Accounts under 
$10,000, 20,748. 
Select Committee on Land Drainage ($33,663): 

(Cumulative Expenses to March 31, 1975, $408,615) 
Miscellaneous— Accounts under $10,000, 27,758; Payroll, 5,905. 
Select Committee on Motorized Snow Vehicles and All-Terrain Vehicles ($5,902): 
(Cumulative Expenses to March 31, 1975, $220,770) 
Miscellaneous— Accounts under $10,000, 3,652; Payroll, 2,250. 
Select Committee on the Utilization of Educational Facilities ($70,817): 
(Cumulative Expenses to March 31, 1975, $363,132) 
Per Diem Allowances for Expenses Attending Meetings ($3,290): 

C. Mcllveen, Chairman, 540; R. Beckett, 150; J. Foulds, 150; M. Gaunt, 100; E. Havrot, 400; 

F. Laughren, 450; L. Maeck, 400; B. Newman, 400; J. Root, 250; O. Villeneuve, 450. 
Travelling Allowances and Disbursements ($3,713): 

C. Mcllveen, Chairman, 523; R. Beckett, 50; J. Foulds, 466; M. Gaunt, 162; E. Havrot, 378; 
F. Laughren, 712; L. Maeck, 168; B. Newman, 640; J. Root, 148; O. Villeneuve, 466. 
Miscellaneous ($63,814): 

Accounts under $10,000, 21,950; Payroll, 41,864. 

Total Other Payments 6,520,122 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 U 

OFFICE OF THE ASSEMBLY-Continued 

Statutory 

Contribution to Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Account ($167,890) 

Payment to the Account, 167,890. 

Expenses of Elections ($207,086) 

Electoral Districts ($141,542): 

Carleton East, 82,303; Don Mills, 104; Etobicoke, 57; High Park, 101 ; Lakeshore, 101 ; Oriole, 100; Parkdale, 
106; Scarborough-Ellesmere, 101; Scarboro-Centre, 100; Scarborough-East, 118; Scarborough, 104; 
St. George, 101; Stormont, 57,831; Wilson Heights, 109; York-Centre, 103; York Mills, 103. 

Other Payments (65,544): 

Powell Plastics Ltd., 24,834; -Accounts under $10,000, 40,710. 



Summary of Expenditure 

Voted — 

Salaries and Wages 771 ,378 

Employee Benefits 53,474 

Travelling Expenses 10,404 

Other Payments 6,520,122 

7,355,378 

Statutory 374,976 

Total Expenditure, Office of the Assembly $7,730,354 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 13 

OFFICE OF THE PREMIER 

Hon. William G. Davis, Premier and President of the Council 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($859,414) 

E. E. Stewart Deputy Minister 48, 1 1 3 

R. I. Beatty, 26,363; D. W. Beeney, 26,363; R. A. Cook, 22,327; M. S. Fitzpatrick, 31,913; S. C. Fullman, 
23,586; R. L. McNeil, 29,574; J. H. Miller, 21,059; C. H. Westcott, 41,574; A. A. Wishart, 36,710;-Other 
salaries and wages under $20,000, 551,832. 

Employee Benefits ($71,609) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario— re: Canada Pension Plan, 7,600; Group Insurance, 13,411; Public 

Service Superannuation Fund, 31,782; Unemployment Insurance, 7,953. 
Other Benefits— Attendance Bonus Credits, 6,020; Attendance Gratuity, 5,531; Less recoveries from other 

Ministries, 688. 

Travelling Expenses ($36,636) 

Hon. W. G. Davis, 10,350; E. E. Stewart, 2,147; J. A. McPhee, 5,410; C. H. Westcott, 3,198; A. A. Wishart, 
2,614;-Other accounts under $2,500, 12,917. 

Other Payments ($238,313) 

P. D. Bureau, 12,738; IBM. Canada Ltd., 15,584; James A. McPhee, 30,000; Ministry of Government Services, 
58,740; Ministry of Transportation and Communications, 10,204;— Other accounts under $10,000, 111,047. 

Statutory 

Premier's Salary ($25,000) 

Hon. William G. Davis 25,000 



Summary of Expenditures 

Voted — 

Salaries and Wages 859,414 

Employee Benefits 71,609 

Travelling Expenses 36,636 

Other Payments 238,313 

1,205,972 

Statutory 25,000 



Total Expenditures, Office of the Premier. : $1,230,972 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 15 

CABINET OFFICE 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 
Salaries and Wages ($1,001,918) 

J. D. Fleck Secretary of the Cabinet 53,096 

T. I. Campbell, 41,574; J. A. Cassils, 22,679; W. W. Coulthard, 31,331; R. A. Farrell, 26,363; I. J. Gordon, 
20,023; R. A. LeNeveu, 34,722; D. Y. Lewis, 38,233; V. J. Niggl, 20,023; D. W. Oke, 32,001 ; M. Rowan, 
24,886; R. S. Samlalsingh, 26,420; C. F. Sauve, 19,543; J. E. Tangney, 20,076; J. J. Young, 20,023-Other 
salaries and wages under $20,000, 513,531; Paid to other Ministries: Colleges and Universities, 28,297; 
Community and Social Services, 18,274; Social Development Policy, 6,376; Treasury, Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs, 4,447. 

Employee Benefits ($87,109) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario— re: Canada Pension Plan, 7,515; Group Insurance, 17,961; Public 

Service Superannuation Fund, 40,995; Unemployment Insurance, 8,277. 
Other Benefits— Attendance Bonus Credits, 7,905. 
Payments to other Ministries— re various benefits, 4,456. 

Travelling Expenses ($37,812) 

Hon. S. Handleman, 1,751 ; Hon. J. McNie, 3,831 ; Hon. D. Timbrell, 2,754; Hon. J. White, 1,098; J. D. Fleck. 
865;-Other accounts under $2,500, 27,513. 

Other Payments ($180,749) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($180,749): 

Ministry of Government Services, 32,533; J. & J. Dineley Ltd., 10,260; Xerox of Canada Ltd., 30,415;- 
Other accounts under $10,000, 107,541. 

Statutory 

Ministers Without Portfolio ($20,918) 

Hon. S. Handleman, 2,034; Hon. D. R. Irvine, 3,884; Hon. J. McNie, 7,500; Hon. D. Timbrell, 5,918; Hon. 
J.White, 1,582. 



Summary of Expenditures 

Voted — 

Salaries and Wages 1,001,918 

Employee Benefits 87,109 

Travelling Expenses 37,8 1 2 

Other Payments 1 80,749 

1,307,588 

Statutory 20,918 

Total Expenditures, Cabinet Office $1,328,506 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 17 

MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET 

Hon. E. A. Winkler, Minister 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($11,061,485) 

W. A. B. Anderson Chairman, Management Board 48, 1 1 3 

S. W. Clarkson Chairman, Civil Service Commission 38,983 

E. Aboud, 22,668; T. P. Adams, 19,079; B. G. Adamson, 20,542; D. G. Airhart, 23,577; T. W. Alton, 20,508 
V. Bailey, 20,874; G. H. Bayly, 2,870; C. Bell, 26,614; O. M. Berg, 35,268; D. E. Bogart, 21,488; N. V. Briscoe 
24,032; A. S. Bronskill, 30,846; H. D. Burt, 28,091; J. H. Busby, 21,075; D. O. Campbell, 23,920; G. 1 
Campbell, 21,589; R. D. Carmen, 39,511; K. A. Cassac, 27,266; D. F. Caverly, 41,574; J. Clark, 22,381 
H. A. Clark, 30,954; B. G. Cook, 23,525; H. Copland, 38,233; S. Davidovich, 30,813; T. A. Dawes, 26,432 
P. J. Dewinter, 27,077; D. Don, 20,508; J. D. Elliss, 20,508; R. B. Firlotte, 20,508; M. S. Flint, 23,487 
K. Forker, 25,582; E. K. Franti, 20,257; G. Gammie, 20,999; J. R. Gardner, 22,483; P. A. Gelinas, 29,914 
J. C. Giguere, 23,615; W. J. Gorchinsky, 27,117; H. F. Goss, 23,629; R. F. Green, 29,887; J. G. Griffin 
23,703; N. K. Harris, 27,187; A. D. Harding, 9,848; A. D. Heath, 26,677; D. G. Hendriks, 20,856; G. B 
Hobson, 21,787; O. Honsa, 22,560; D. B. Jackson, 27,117; J. A. Jackson, 30,534; M. L. JefTery, 24,333 
I. H. Jennings, 27,298; H. H. Kivi, 23,083; J. B. Langstaff, 28,307; H. J. Mace, 20,508; E. V. Margetts 
29,730; E. A. McKee, 27,1 17; W. Mealing, 25,274; D. R. Peebles, 22,219; W. W. Petryniak, 32,180; D. W 
Pollock, 24,316; A. W. Rae, 34,722; A. I. Rands, 29,071 ; A. J. Reed, 21,209; B. D. Riddell, 23,453; P. J 
Rondeau, 20,508; W. E. Rooke, 13,868; R. K. D. Sachse, 38,233; C. F. Sauve, 4,762; P. G. Schwindt, 27,917 
J. R. Scott, 38,233; K. W. Skelton, 30,721; W. Treadwell, 21,936; D. J. Tremeer, 27,542; J. S. Tribble 
20,508; M. Veskimets, 21,589; I. H. Viebrock, 24,146; J. J. Wilbee, 27,117; G. E. Wildish, 27,117; G. R 
Wilkins, 20,264; D. A. Wilson, 23,828 ;-Other salaries and wages under $20,000, 9,003,710. 

Employee Benefits ($656,514) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 130,071; Group Insurance, 24,673; Long 
Term Income Protection, 32,284; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 49,053; Public Service Superannuation 
Fund, 230,754; Unemployment Insurance, 149,611. 

Workmen's Compensation Board, 9,053. 

Other Benefits— Attendance Bonus Credits, 25,350; Attendance Gratuity, 5,665. 

Travelling Expenses ($123,144) 

Hon. E. A. Winkler, 2,688; W. A. B. Anderson, 1,858; S. W. Clarkson, 845; M. S. Flint, 2,652; K. T. Penrose, 

2,960;-Accounts under $2,500, 93,302. 
Travelling Expenses not Allocated to Individuals: 

The Ascot Inn, 3,832; The Continental Inn, 12,204; Talisman Resort, 2,803. 

Other Payments ($2,640,791) 

Material, Supplies etc. ($2,615,963) 

Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology, 32,881 ; A. R. A. Consultants Limited, 22,744; Beaver 
Food Services Associates Limited, 37,677; Canada Catering Company Limited, 47,860; Consolidated 
Maintenance Service Limited, 37,566; Data Logic Canada Ltd., 14,213; Drake Advertising Limited, 
517,451; Foster Advertising Company Limited, 11,213; Hicks, Morley, Hamilton, Stewart, Storie, 
18,622; I. B.M. Canada Limited, 25,779; Le Centre Des Jeunes Sudbury, 53,000; McConnell Advertising 
Company Limited, 130,340; McLauchlan Mohr Limited, 77,120; Ministry of Community and Social 
Services, 26,731; Ministry of Government Services, 449,151; Ministry of Housing, 13,886; Ministry 
of Industry and Tourism, 59,600; Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs, 
103,878; Newsweb Enterprise Limited, 74,790; Ontario Hydro, 10,396; P. D. Bureau (England), 
13,580; Peat Marwick and Partners, 45,610; Price Waterhouse & Associates, 16,318; R. J. C. Pringle, 
13,540; Skyline Hotels, 17,029; Systemhouse Limited, 16,764; Urwick, Currie & Partners Ltd., 14,073; 
William M. Mercer Limited, 10,350; Wyatt Company, 20,690; -Accounts under $10,000, 683,111. 



18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

MANAGEMENT BOARD OF CABINET-Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($24,828): 

Institute of Public Administration of Canada, 24,828. 

Total Other Payments 2,640,791 

Recoveries from Other Ministries and Agencies ($7,487,489) 

Cabinet Office, 21,499; George Brown College, 32,888; Management Board of Cabinet, 256,870; Ministry 
of Agriculture, 198,301; Ministry of Attorney General, 322,941; Ministry of Colleges and Universities, 
572,283; Ministry of Community and Social Services, 198,385; Ministry of Consumer and Com- 
mercial Relations, 283,334; Ministry of Correctional Services, 202,978; Ministry of Education, 
622,928; Ministry of Energy, 31,643; Ministry of the Environment, 345,885; Ministry of Government 
Services, 470,230; Ministry of Health, 663,586; Ministry of Housing, 70,310; Ministry of Industry 
and Tourism, 180,879; Ministry of Labour, 444,373; Ministry of Natural Resources, 320,011; 
Ministry of Revenue, 241,568; Ministry of the Solicitor General, 402,420; Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications, 930,029; Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs, 363,560; 
Office of the Premier, 50,081; Office of the Speaker, 122,095; Ontario Development Corporation, 42,368; 
Ontario Education Communication Authority, 21,474; Ontario Housing Corporation, 106,420; Ontario 
Science Centre, 30,351; Resources Development Policy, 14,986; Social Development Policy, 62,637;— 
Other Accounts under $10,000, 25,217. 

Excess of recoveries over expenditures transferred to revenue, 165,041 . 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($17,981) 

Hon. E. A. Winkler 17,981 



Summary of Expenditures 

Voted — 

Salaries and Wages 11,061,485 

Employee Benefits 656,514 

Travelling Expenses 123,144 

Other Payments 2,640,791 

14,481,934 

Less : Recoveries from Ministries and Agencies 7,487,489 

6,994,445 
Statutory 17,981 

Total Expenditures, Management Board of Cabinet 7,012,426 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 19 

OFFICE OF PROVINCIAL AUDITOR 

F. N. Scott, Provincial Auditor 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($1,120,450) 

D. F. Archer, 31,073; G. A. Calderwood, 21,547; J. A. Cruise, 29,056; G. W. Davis, 26,363; N. F. Ellison, 26,363; 
J. C. Filman, 26,363; G. W. Fitchett, 25,735; J. K. Gillis, 20,956; K. W. Leishman, 24,508; D. M. MacKenzie, 
26,363; H. J. McLaughlin, 32,475; P. P. Miller, 26,363; S. P. Milojevic, 21,075; C. W. Noble, 30,721; 
G. W. Rilkoff, 21,075; W. A. Street, 26,363; S. M. Urquhart, 22,016; G. Watson, 24,959;-Other salaries 
and wages under $20,000, 657,076. 

Employee Benefits ($117,054) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario— re: Canada Pension Plan, 8,468; Group Insurance, 5,079; Long Term 
Income Protection, 7,246; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 14,372; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 
62,267; Supplementary Health and Hospital Plan, 1,068; Unemployment Insurance, 9,277; Recoveries 
from various Ministries— re: staff transferred, (141). 

Other Payments— Attendance Bonus Credits, 9,412. 

Workmen's Compensation Board, 6. 

Travelling Expenses ($29,054) 

F. N. Scott, 529;— Other accounts under $2,500, 28,525. 

Other Payments ($26,746) 

Accounts under $10,000, 26,746. 

Statutory 
Provincial Auditor's Salary ($42,014) 

F. N. Scott $42,014 



Summary of Expenditures 

Voted — 

Salaries and Wages 1,1 20,450 

Employee Benefits 11 7,054 

Travelling Expenses 29,054 

Other Payments 26,746 

1,293,304 

Statutory 42,014 

Total Expenditures, Office of Provincial Auditor $1,335,318 






PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 21 

MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES 

Hon. J. W. Snow, Minister 
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 
Salaries and Wages ($36,320,367) 

J. C. Thatcher Deputy Minister 44,792 

D. A. Alexander Assistant Deputy Minister 38,1 14 

W. Q. MacNee Coordinator, Land Administration 43,770 

E. F. Strauss Assistant Deputy Minister 41 ,574 

E. H. Almond. 21,397; D. G. Anderson, 20,708; J. Andrew, 20,063; C. D. Bacher, 20,332; J. Bartha, 22,309; 
G. W. Batcules, 14,240; R. D. Bates, 26,047; A. N. Birney, 21,719; E. T. Blaauw, 21,075; P. W. Boivin. 
21,719; D. S. Brauch, 10,607; L. Briscoe, 21,703; W. H. Brodhecker, 20,025; J. B. Brogna, 21,075; R. G. 
Brown, 495; G. W. Browne, 26.562; R. G. Buck, 27,117; E. A. Bunten, 22,955; S. J. Butler, 22,955; D. S. 
Campbell, 899; D. M. Campbell, 21,598; E. Chorosteck, 21,719; G. Chung Yan, 20,756; J. H. Clarke, 
21,075; R. G. Clarke, 27,517; R. E. Cook, 21,897; B. G. Cook, 1,951 ; B. V. Cooke, 24,963; D. G. Creba, 
38,233; G. V. Cuculick, 24,047; H. C. Dakers. 20,886; D. Dastur, 30,720; K. C. Dowsett, 22.985; E. R. 
Dunlop, 20,261 ; I. J. Ferguson, 21,719; P. D. Ferreira, 20,868; J. W. Filby, 27,086; M. S. Fitzpatrick, 592; 
R. N. Flis. 24,677; W. R. Fowler, 30,721 ; H. C. Francis, 10,284; W. A. Furlonger, 12,753; M. Gain. 7,848; 
C. Gans, 26,275; H. A. Gibbs, 24,405; A. D. Gibson, 21,055; A. R. Glassford, 24,285; D. A. Gloin. 24,285; 
A. P. Grabowski, 25,668; F. W. Gaffran, 25,486; W. A. Gray, 29,783; W. D. Gray, 7,460; C. J. Grimes, 
24,285; R. E. Hakala, 21,719; D. E. Harry, 26,003; N. R. Hayes, 27,266; A. E. Henein, 21,242; T. G. Hills. 
24,267; H. T. Hurson, 27,266; J. D. Ireland, 21,397; W. L. Jobe, 20,529; S. F. Jones, 28,659; R. J. KefTer. 
24,285; G. Kellner, 25,668; J. J. Kelly, 38,233; G. A. Khan, 23,454; L. T. Kishino. 22,331 ; F. B. Konzelman, 
24,047; O. B. Kurcigs, 25,300; G. S. Laws, 22,642; A. H. Leeds, 20,915; A. Leslie, 33,547; K. J. Linton, 
22,871 ; G. J. Lohasz, 22,222; P. G. Maaskant, 24,845; J. D. MacDonald, 23,586; G. A. Mann, 32,413; C. A. 
Martin, 11,405; G. N. McAllister, 26,047; J. J. McCarthy, 21,719; D. McGeown, 25,928; H. G. McKinley. 
22,919; G. R. Metcalfe, 26,484; I. B. Middleton, 23,643; A. H. Mittermaier, 28,887; T. T. Moon, 20,756; 

C. M. Mooney. 20.235; D. Mueller, 20,132; P. A. Musgrove, 26,047; R. A. Nix, 30,721; J. G. O'Neill, 
38.233; J. G. Parik, 22.955; D. W. Paterson, 27,198; Z R. Patterson, 35,004; L. Pencak, 30,190; R. I. 
Reiman, 22,748; R. J. Richardson, 22,955; F. K. Sexton, 20,398; R. C. Shepherd, 20,490; J. Silver, 33,471 ; 

D. B. Sly, 25,668; E. F. Sobczyk, 11,405; E. Soste, 20,868; H. C. Spence, 24,492; J. C. St. Denis, 20,328; 
W. G. Stirr, 20,508; P. G. Stonehouse, 25,372; D. A. Stouffer, 21,665; A. R. Taylor, 25,668; L. M. Tobias, 
29,756; D. I. Towers, 27,266; J. B. Trebelco, 11,516; G. R. Van Toen, 11,099; M. G. Vanarkadie, 24,285; 
P. Vant Hof, 25,668; D. Walker, 22,143; M. A. Warland, 20,375; F. B. Wedgwood, 21,075; D. G. Wells, 
3. 838; R. A. Westmore, 27,266; K. G. Williamson, 22,905; S. A. Woodhouse, 23,586; G. B. Wright, 21,075; 
—Other salaries and wages under $20,000, 33,474,639;— Less recoveries from other Ministries, 85,766. 

Employee Benefits ($3,825,825) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario— re: Canada Pension Plan, 390,085; Group Insurance, 326,937; Long 
Term Income Protection, 257,884; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 451,696; Public Service Superannuation 
Fund, 1,716,416; Unemployment Insurance, 427,784. 

Workmen's Compensation Board, 138,901. 

Other Benefits— Attendance Bonus Credits, 191,018;sAttendance Gratuities, 105,116. 

Payments to other Ministries— re various benefits, 12,722. 
Less: Recoveries from other Ministries, 192,734. 

Travelling Expenses ($1,035,414) 

Hon. J. Snow, 7,666; D. A. Alexander, 2,193; E. F. H. Strauss, 528; J. C. Thatcher, 516; C. R. Adams, 5,948; 
J. Almas, 5,340; S. K. Appleby, 3,593; D. Ball, 4,279; E. G. Barry, 3,700; O. Bazinet, 3,312; E. Beaudette, 
8,786; S. W. Brennan, 3,467; S. J. Brown, 3,187; J. A. Chappell, 4,340; H. Cooke, 4,691 ; K. D. Croft, 4,490; 

E. Dale, 3,858; C. Davis, 4,177; A. DeGraaf, 2,712; P. A. Dickson, 4,441; J. A. Doucette, 3,206; E. H. 
Dove, 4,004; A. D. Dunlop, 4,515; J. Falconer, 4,229; R. Fee, 6,614; J. R. Fitter, 5,933; H. C. Foster, 
6,676; S. Frazer, 3,660; L. E. Gatien, 3,546; J. S. Gibson, 2,826; D. A. Gloin, 3,482; A. G. Goldstein, 3,419; 
L. Gordon, 5,283; D. Grainger, 4,669; A. A. Gunnell, 2,787; S. S. Hamilton, 2,709; R. Hanson, 2,506; 



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MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES-Continued 

P. Henry, 5,186; J. L. Hill, 2,542; G. Hines, 3,599; K. G. Hurchinson, 3,128; R. W. Johnston, 8,551; H. 
Keire. 3,1 1 1 ; J. Kessler, 6,008; R. L. Kimble, 6,092; H. Kranz, 2,698; W. L. Lace, 4,987; M. E. Langdon. 
4,719; W. Leslie, 3,834; H. Loose, 2,549; G. A. MacLellan, 2,805; D. McGeown, 3,005; J. M. McGinnis, 
4,854; N. Madryga, 5,452; J. Mallar, 9,127; W. H. Martin, 4,381 ; R. F. Michaud, 2,720; M. G. Millman, 
2,503; W. Minion, 3,262; R. A. Mitchell, 5,638; G. Mongion, 3,714; J. R. Moore, 5,904; W. F. Micholson, 
3,763; B. Ogden, 2,821; R. Pestl, 2,997; J. Petura, 2,897; H. I. Richardson, 5,276; L. G. Rose, 3,250; R. 
Rowley, 5,429; R. L. Scott, 2,551; H. A. Siemens, 6,591; W. Sloggett, 2,523; P. Smithson, 5,422; C. P. 
Spence, 3,287; A. L. Srigley, 6,572; P. J. Stemmann, 3,294; C. Stubbington, 4,137; R. J. Sweetman, 7,022; 
E. T. Taylor, 2,634; F. E. Tone, 3,153; G. Veldman, 5,486; L. Welby-Soloman, 3,355; D. W. Wilson, 3,740; 
H. R. Wilson, 5,451; H. W. Wilson, 6,957; G. Wood, 2,652; W. Zadow, 2,673;-Other accounts under 
$2,500, 669,824. 

Other Payments ($226,991,187) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($203,408,938): 

AA-One Maintenance Co., 149,601; A. & A. Painters & Decorators, 18,780; A. & K. Roofing, 17,845; 
Abercrombie Electric Co. Ltd., 15,376; Abitibi Paper Co. Ltd., 13,498; Academy Painting Co. Ltd., 
21,050; Acadia Ruler Co., 12,434; Acme-Lansdowne/Joint Venture, in Trust', 170,342; Acme 
Plumbing & Heating, 24,593; Acousticon Systems Corp. of Canada Ltd., 19,030; Adamson Associates, 
354,496; Mark Adamson, in Trust', re property purchase, 118,600; Addressograph-Multigraph of 
Canada Ltd., 49,611 ; Admiral Engineering & Constr. Ltd., 60,978; Admiral Leaseholds Ltd., 310,199; 
Advanced Management Research Inc., 10,609; A. G. T. Data Systems Ltd., 51,783; Aikenhead Hard- 
ware Ltd., 18,546; Algo Contracting Co. Ltd., 11,130; Algoma Electric Distributors Ltd., 13,193; 
Algoma Steel Corp. Ltd., 14,159; All Clean Services, 26,926; Thomas Allen & Son Ltd., 10,468; 
Allied Building Services (1962) Ltd., 144,306; All Toronto Investments Ltd., 234,845; All Weather 
Asphalt Mix Ltd., 179,663; Ally Construction Co., 19,986; Aluminium Home Improvements Ltd., 
26,122; Ambassador Building Maintenance, 13,323; Ampex of Canada Ltd., 122,874; Rene Amyot 
General Roofing, 19,828; Ancaster Agricultural Society, 14,724; Anderson Van & Storage Ltd.. 
20,171; Andotte Investments Ltd., 574,757; K. B. Andrews Construction Co. Ltd., 14,792; Angel 
Falls Investments Ltd., 15,199; S. Anglin Co. Ltd., 39,346; Anor Construction Ltd., 10,535; Anstey 
Graphic Ltd., 15,679; Anthes Business Forms, a Div. of Molson Industries Ltd., 147,860; Apex Process 
Mechanical Ltd., 23,274; Applied Electronics Ltd., 34,543; Aqualawn Sprinkler Systems, 14,522; 
Argue Fuels, 23,253; Len Ariss & Co. Ltd., 660,640; Armor Elevator Canada Ltd., 99,598; Arrell. 
Brown & Osier, in Trust', re property purchase. 2,473,980; Arrow Electric, 37,695; Aselford-Martin 
Ltd., 52,820; Ashburnham Holdings Ltd., 38,400; Associated Architects & Planners, 159,813; Astron 
Electric Ltd., 21,853; Atlas-Apex Roofing Ltd., 34,685; Atlas Protection Services, 182,904; Automated 
Business Forms Ltd., 556,032; Automatic Fuels Ltd., 57,206; Avebla Ltd., 104,311; Avery Products 
Corp. (Canada) Ltd.. 23,917; Babco Office Services, 16,506; Baccarat Developments Ltd., 33,240; 
Bach-McDougall Engineers & Contractors Ltd., 878.398; Bacon Engineering Ltd.. 44.495; Bader 
Bros. Ltd., 24,871; Baig & Birnie. in Trust', re property purchase, 892,210; Bailey Construction 
Co. Ltd., 24,134; W. Bailey, 97,000; Terrence Baines, Q.C.. in Trust', re property purchase, 530,000; 
J. Baloch, Architect, 1 1,635; Bankfield Construction Ltd., 66,647; Barber Ellis of Canada Ltd., 26,870; 
Bar-Lei & Co. Ltd., 139,615; J. D. Barnes Ltd., 56,051 ; Barnes Security, 57,451 ; W. E. Barnett, 60,939; 
City of Barrie, 27,659; Barrie Plumbing & Electrical Supply Co. (1970) Ltd., 13,918; Public Utilities 
Commission of the City of Barrie, 12,600; Barriesim Developments Ltd., 11,493; Basf Canada Ltd., 
68,879; Bay-Charles Centre, 47,333; Beaver. Cook & Leitch Ltd., 58,325; Beaver Engineering Ltd., 
20,98 1 ; Beckman Instruments Inc., 1 8,543 ; Lloyd Belec & Clinton V. Robertson, 1 2,720 ; Bell & Howell 
Canada Ltd., 58,403; Bell Canada, 6,482,180; Beltona Ltd., 231,409; Bemac Construction Ltd., 
22,200; Ben-Der Holding Ltd., 15.912; Bench, Keogh, Rogers & Grass. 45,482; Bennett-Pratt Ltd.. 
573,982; Bentorswell Construction Ltd., 488,787; Levis Bergeron, 25,788; Bergman Builders Kenora 
Ltd., 26,533; Berkdale Investments Ltd., 126,717; Bernstein and Karam, 32,857; Berta Developments 
Ltd., 20,269; A. & N. Betzner, 10,000; B. I. B. Construction Ltd., 2,451 ,351 ; Ted Bieler, York University. 
32,000; Bird Construction Co. Ltd.. in Trust', 444,431; Charles R. Biscombe Ltd., 11,380; Biwest 
Contracting Ltd., 10,461 ; B J Plumbing* Heating, 14,560; Black & Macdonald Ltd., 24,273; Blenkhorn 
& Sawle Ltd., 11,818; Donald M. Blenkhorne, Architect, 235,778; Bob's Construction Co. Ltd.. 
99,054; Boggs Construction Ltd., 13,144; Bonaventure Design & Program Ltd., 47,188; William 
Borenstein, 41,470; Samuel David Borins, 10,288; Bowman Construction, 86,653; Town of Bow- 
manville, 18,893; BP Oil Ltd., 254,569; I. H. Bradley Construction Ltd., 14,587; Ian W. Brady, in 
Trust', re property purchase, 23,736; Brais, Frigon, Hanley, Brett & Minty, 62,750; Bramalea General 
Contracting (Peel) Ltd., in Trust', 4,496,056; Bramhill (Ont.) Ltd., 20,295; Brandon & Hopkins Ltd., 
43,332; Brandon Construction, 10,375; Roy Brandon Ltd., 15,746; County of Brant, 70,659; Brant- 



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ford Community Credit Union, 12,611; City of Brantford, 90,337; Bre-Aar Excavating, 97,264; 
Breen Mechanical & Electrical Contractors Ltd., 71,374; Brendale Square Huntsville Ltd., 60,725; 
Brimage, Tyrrell, Van Severen & Homeniuk, 'In Trust', re property purchase, 1,945,755; F. B. Brisco. 
1 8,720; J. A. Brisson & Sons Ltd., 56,244; Lou Bristow, 19,895; A. J. Brock, H. B. Brock & M. MacLean, 
c/o Owen R. Davis & Co. Ltd., Realtor, 15,600; Brown Bros. Ltd., 251,830; Brown & Huston Ltd., 
45,719; Keith Brown Dodge Chrysler Ltd., 15,684; Keith Brown Motor Sales Ltd., 64,036; Brown 
Security Services Ltd., 247,917; T. J. M. Brown Developments Ltd., 12,240; County of Bruce, 100,737; 
Bruel & Kjaer Canada Ltd., 17,637; Brundige Construction Co. Ltd., 13,920; Brunet's Painting, 
20,213; Brunswick Mfg. Co. Ltd., 18,086; B. & T. Home Improvement Co., 10,636; A. & J. Bujacz, 
48,000; Bumstead's Electric, Plumbing, Heating, Ventilating Ltd., 41,904; Buntin Gillies & Co. Ltd., 
96,570; Bud Burke Plumbing, Heating & Electric Service, 55,060; Ed Burla Painting, 10,554; Town 
of Burlington, 1 1 ,204; Burton & Clark Roofing, 57,661 ; Buset Bros. Contractors Ltd., 23,659; Cadillac 
Commercial Properties, 1,148,790; Cadillac Fairview Corp., 212,184; Caduceus Limited, 21,474; 
Caiman Painting & Decorating, 18,359; Calorific Construction Ltd., 54,061 ; Calotherm Ltd., 18,538; 
Camarda Construction, 22,110; City of Cambridge, 29,980; Campeau Corp. Ltd., 12,846; Campsall 
Electric Co. Ltd., 24,233; Canada Building, Montreal Trust Co., 11,069; Canada Carbon & Ribbon 
Co. Ltd., 92,985; Canada Decalcomania Co. Ltd., 14,618; Canada Envelope Ontario Ltd., 28,015; 
Canada Glass Co. Ltd., 20,377; Canada Hydrant Service, 11,064; Canada Permanent Mortgage 
Corp., 15,363; Canada Square Management Ltd., 2,282,298; Canada Trust Co., 398,834; Canadiana 
Textile Screen Prints Co. Ltd., 26,065; Cancreal Inc., 22,000; Canhold Ltd., 'In Trust', re property 
purchase, 1,495,999; Capital Homes Ltd., 44,904; Carrier Air Conditioning (Canada) Ltd., 47,671; 
D. & J. Carroll, 10,000; Walter A. Carveth Ltd., 156,285; Cassidy's Ltd., 21,197; Colin George Caswell, 
14,832; CDC Contract Drapery Co., 19,762; Canadian Corps of Commissionaires, 97,431 ; Canadian 
Filing Equipment Ltd., 26,487; Canadian General Electric Co. Ltd., 41,921; Canadian Institutional 
Furniture Co., 49,571; Canadian Interurban Properties Ltd., 108,190; Canadian Johns Manville 
Co. Ltd., 13,449; Canadian Laboratory Supplies Ltd., 72,709; Canadian Ofrex Ltd., 14,640; 
Canadian Pacific Airlines, 29,716; Canadian Pittsburgh Industries Ltd., 12,898; Canadian Scissors 
& Cutlery Co. Ltd., 20,570; Wm. J. Cauley, in Trust', re property purchase, 1,106,1 16; Cecco Supply 
21,353; Cedardale Scrap Iron & Metals 1968 Ltd., 18,925; Central Cable Communications Ltd., 
23,578; Centre Cooling Systems Ltd., 18,632; Challenger Manifold Corp. Ltd., 20,297; Chambers 
& Co. Ltd., 12,453; J. & M. Chartrand Realty Ltd., 21,159; Charles Translations, 11,840; S. Chenier 
& J. P. Lachine, 20,000; Chickadee Investments Ltd., 35,264; Christie Bros. Co. Ltd., 12,812; C. 
Christie, 30,000; D. Christie, 30,000; Chrysler Airtemp Canada Ltd., 10,001; Chrysler Canada Ltd., 
64,244; Chubb Mosler & Taylor Safes Ltd., 11,741; Cities Heating Co. Ltd., 145,802; Citinational 
Buckeye Investment Co., c/o Buckeye Realty & Mgmt. Corp., 11,754; City Parking Canada Ltd., 
16,260; City Paving Co. Ltd., 137,441; Clapper Realty Ltd., 14,900; Howard S. Clark Construction 
Co., 46,161 ; Clarkson Office Supplies, 12,438; Willis Lumgair Clark, 11,444; Clar-Wall Ltd., 36,499; 
Cline & Smelko, in Trust', re property purchase, 1,440,054; Clow-Darling Plumbing & Heating 
Co., 22,900; Harold L. Clow, 27,276; William H. & E. Hazel Clugston, 12,180; C. M. R. Construc- 
tion & Engineering Ltd., 167,156; C. M. Windows Ltd., 175,172; J. D. Coad Construction Co. Ltd., 
512,382; V. & L. Coates, 10,000; Cobb & Jones, in Trust', re property purchase, 1,084,311 ; Cochrane 
Dunlop Hardware Ltd., 40,636; Cole Lumber Co. Ltd., 41,373; Messrs. Coleman & McTavish, in 
Trust', re property purchase, 206,060; College Flair (George Herczeg), 41,153; Collins & Watterworth, 
in Trust', re property purchase, 1,247,100; Colt Contracting Co. Ltd., 1,341,232; Columbia Com- 
monwealth Corp. Ltd., 122,525; Colussus Development Corp. Ltd., 42,926; J. C. Comeau, 24,732; 
Commercial Property Services Ltd., 89,450; Compat Holdings, 52,195; Comserve Ltd., 95,925; 
Comstock International Ltd., 105,386; Concept Furniture International Ltd., 41,079; Consolidated 
Maintenance Services Ltd., 68,450; Constam, Heine Assoc. Ltd., 10,026; Ministry of Consumer & 
Commercial Relations, 35,320; Consumers' Gas Co., 979,220; Container Service Co., 15,338; Conti- 
nental Cooling Ltd., 21,970; Control Data, 49,893; Convert-A-Wall, 80,533; Allan G. Cook, 17,674 
James A. Cook & Son (1961) Ltd., 36,942; Cool-Air Systems Ltd., 1 1,635; Coolway Enterprise, 18,275 
Cooper Construction Co. Ltd., 1,554,912; Coopers & Lybrand, 22,097; City of Cornwall, 55,497 
Corporate Properties Ltd., 271,884; Coulter Electronics of Canada Ltd., 14,467; Covassin Con- 
struction Ltd., 104,713; Coxco (1968) Ltd., 10,364; Craig, Kohler, Murray & Murray, in Trust', re 
property purchase, 51,983; Crane Supply, (Division of Crane Canada Ltd.,) 14,630; Credit Foncier 
Franco-Canadien, 21,540; Cresswell-Pomeroy, 18,019; Cross Town Cleaners, c/o J. M. Hewson, 
28,583; Crown Building Cleaning, 20,000; Croy Roy Distributors Ltd., 129,400; Cullen's Plumbing, 
10,169; Currie, Coopers & Lybrand Ltd., 46,079; Jas. Currie Electric Ltd., 25,367; Cutaia Invest- 
ments Ltd., 310,331; Cutting Ltd., 13,867; Dacon Corp. Ltd., 15,984; Daily Commercial News Ltd., 
60,355; Victor C. Dale, 20,855; Daly Construction Ltd., 374,560; Dareff Developments Ltd., 415,332; 
Data Logic Canada Ltd., 15,457; Data 100 (Canada) Ltd., 26,328; Davenport Road Construction 
Ltd., 1 3,042 ; A. R. Davey Co. Ltd., 32,225 ; J. Lome Davidson Ltd., 1 1 ,799 ; J. W. Davis Co. of Canada, 



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30,212; Terry Davison Ltd.. 57,795; Dawson-Coleman Ltd., 140.926; Richard B. Day. 120.000; 
Deane Roofing Ltd.. 15.517; Dearborn Chemical Co. Ltd.. 35.961; Deeside Construction Ltd.. 
335,892; Delta Decorating Ltd.. 16,083; Dencare Building Cleaning Co. Ltd.. 32.281 ; Dennison Mfg. 
Co. of Canada Ltd.. 13.952; Depew. Ham & Gardner, 'In Trust', re property purchase, 290.000; 
Design Woodwork Ltd.. 11.207; Deutz Diesel (Canada) Ltd., 17.740; A. C. Devenport. 19.389; 
Dexter Office Supplies. 43.472; DGS Group, 12,612; Dibblee Construction Co. Ltd.. 26.221; A. B. 
Dick Co. of Canada Ltd.. 18,813; Dictaphone Corp. Ltd.. 18.948; Dilido Investments Ltd.. c/o Com- 
mercial Property Services, 206,389; M. M. Dillon Ltd., 369,679; J. & J. Dineley Ltd.. 105.095; Disher- 
Farrand Ltd.. 66.852; Dixon Van Lines Ltd., 69,138; D-K Construction Ltd.. 13.757; D L A Painting 
& Decorating Services. 28,208; D. M. & M. Realty Ltd.. 29.026; D M Hardware Ltd.. 14.775; John 
B. Dodd Ltd.. 36.418; Dodge & Dodge Corp. Ltd.. 60.015; Doey Gravel & Construction Ltd.. 12.451; 
Doma's Custom Furniture Co. Ltd.. 177.772; Dominion Soil Investigation Ltd.. 36.117; Dominion 
Stores Ltd.. 12.480; Donrex Investments Ltd.. 73.001 ; Dore Wrecking Co., 54.464; Dover Corporation 
(Canada) Ltd.. Turnbull Elevator Division. 165.329; Downs Wood Ltd.. 19.396; Charles T. Driscoll. 
'In Trust", re property purchase. 940.608; Dryden Airport Commission. 30,791 ; Du Barry Furniture 
Ltd.. 21,558; County of Dufferin. 27.511; Dufferin Lawrence Developments Ltd.. 19.007; C. J. 
Duguid Floor Covering Ltd.. 56,659; Mrs. Catherine E. Duncan. 74.256; Duncan Hopper & 
Associates Ltd., 13.175; Duncan Mill Engineering Ltd.. Karamco Ltd.. 40.613; Duncan Mill 
Engineering Ltd., Karamco Ltd.. 'In Trust'. 582.636; Dundas Construction Co. Ltd.. 1.064.210; 
Dunlop. Farrow. Aitken. Architects, 262,532; Dupont Instruments, 75,390; Dupont Painting 
Contracting. 18,006; Regional Municipality of Durham. 104,074; Dyad Computer Systems Inc.. 
76.156; L. S. Eastern Wholesale. 15.547; Eastland Plaza Ltd.. 10.854; Eastown Plaza Management. 
10.140; O. W. Eaton Furniture Co. Ltd.. 115.260; T. Eaton Co. Ltd.. 17.679; Eclipse Pen & Pencil 
Co. Ltd.. 57.132; E. B. Eddy Co.. 15.268; Edifax Development Co. Ltd.. 82.464; Ministry of Educa- 
tion, 33,565; Egan Visual Inc., 10,734; 880 Ouellette Ave. (Windsor) Ltd., 93,992; 800 Ouellette 
(Windsor) Ltd.. 33.719; 824 King St. West Ltd.. 30.435; Eldomar Investments Ltd.. 110.446; County 
of Elgin. 39.908; Ellis-Don Ltd., 1,655,112; Ellwall & Sons Construction Ltd., 51.710; Elrose Con- 
struction Co.. 41,270; Emco Ltd.. 32.747; E. M. G. Construction Inc.. 11,820; Emmac Construction. 
35,997; Emmons & Mitchell Construction Ltd., 52,047; John Entwistle Construction Ltd.. 84.621; 
Environmental Technical Services Inc.. 173.454; Equity Management International Ltd., 22,302; 
County of Essex. 81.352; Borough of Etobicoke. 69.795; Etobicoke Hydro. 195,829; Etron Ltd.. 
c/o William Teron & Assoc. 43.500; Eurocommerce Realty Inc., 1 1,297; Evans & Hale Ltd., 15,999; 
Evans Lumber & Builders Supply Ltd., 17.752; Executive Office Cleaning & Maintenance Com- 
pany of Canada, 32,479; Exeter Roofing & Sheet Metal Co. Ltd., 31,197; Facendi Construction Co. 
Ltd.. 31.676; Facit-Addo Canada Ltd.. 11.596; Fairviev. Construction, 27.930; Fairview Corp. Ltd.. 
832,218; Farm Credit Corp.. 62.526; Farquhar Construction Ltd.. 102.459; A. J. Feheley Co. Ltd.. 
13.052; J. Felkai Construction Ltd.. 19.570; R. V. Fernandez Consultants Ltd.. 18.484; Field Avia- 
tion Co. Ltd.. 23.767; Cecil Fielding. 10.800; Lewis E. Field. 29.640; Filuma Door Co.. 22.890; 
Findlay & Hook. 26,037; D. Findlay. in Trust', re property purchase, 895,600; Fine Papers Ltd.. 
351.912; Arnold Finkler Industrial. 101.656; M. J. Finn Construction Ltd.. 54.744; Fisher Scientific 
Co. Ltd.. 30.212; Fisher. Tedman & Glaister, in Trust', re property purchase, 94.267; J. G. Fitz- 
gerald & Sons Ltd.. 17.166; 5233 Dundas St. W.. 10.674; Flotillion Investments Ltd.. 128,049; F. M. 
Construction Ltd.. 51.048; Forster & Morgan, in Trust', re property purchases. 466,440; Fort. 
Tisdale & Reid. in Trust', re property purchase. 4.233,561; Forum Construction Co.. 178.416; 
Anthony Foster & Sons Ltd.. 11.691; 400 University Ave. Prospect Co.. 2.333.568; E. S. Fox Ltd.. 
31.922; Fram Filtration Products of Canada Ltd.. 23.360; J. V. Franciotti Realty Ltd., 32,747; Frankler 
Investments Inc., 11.825; Fraser & Browne. 19.369; D. S. Fraser & Co. Ltd.. 10.586; Fraser Mclntyre 
Bldgs. Ltd.. 87,391; D. D. Frewin Building Construction, 61.862; Karl Frey, Painting Contractor, 
63.388; County of Frontenac. 110.929; Furfari Paving Co.. 20.273; Donald Fusco Fencing. 50.340; 
Futuric Investments & Rentals Ltd.. 14.328; Gage Envelopes Ltd.. 68,750; W. G. Gallagher Con- 
struction Ltd.. 152.922; Gamlen Chemical Co. (Canada) Ltd.. 12.136; Gandalf Data Communications 
Ltd.. 14.530; Trevor P. Garwood-Jones. 351.860; Dante Gasparotto Ltd.. 69.168; Gateway Build- 
ing & Supply Ltd.. 267.262; Gauthier & Pope. 152.471; General Leaseholds Sudbury Ltd., 22,141; 
General Motors of Canada Ltd., 34,518; General Wire & Cable, 28,759; Sam Gentile. 15.724; Ronald 
& Catherine George. 40.000; George Street Investment 1974. 21,823; Gerard Construction (Ontario) 
Ltd.. 59.315; Gerrits Construction. 45.229; Gestetner (Canada) Ltd.. 140.554; Giflels Associates 
Ltd.. 111.830; Gordon F. Gilbert Co. Ltd.. 63.471; Neil Gillis Real Estate, 20,466; Glencoe Insula- 
tion Co. Ltd.. 11.015; Globe & Mail Ltd.. 12.100; Globe Envelopes Ltd.. 78,647; Glos Architects. 
1 14.305; Gloucester Hydro. 29.903; J. G. Goetz Construction Ltd.. 17.578; H. Q. Golder& Associates 
Ltd.. 33.606; Goodberry Well Drilling Ltd.. 87,285; Don Gould Excavating. 11.629; Government 
Parking Account, 24,334; Government Printing Account, 672,950; Graham, Bacon & Welter, 36.742; 
B. K. Graham. General Contracting. 17.120; Clarence H. Graham Construction Ltd., 51,688; Grand 



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& Toy Ltd.. 62,155; Grand Royal Paving, 186,564; Grand Sheet Metal. 15.487; Grange Properties 
Ltd.. 52.520; L. A. Graves Building Services Ltd.. 28,183; Gray Coach Lines Ltd.. 19.100; Greater 
York Property Management, 22,931; Green & Green, 'In Trust', re property purchase, 708,200; 
Greenwood Bros. Ltd.. 20,316; County of Grey, 84,056; Grey Friars Developments Ltd.. 399.310; 
Grinnell Fire Protection Systems Co. Ltd.. 14.854; Groom-Callaghan Supply Co. Ltd.. 15,073; 
Group Building System Ltd.. 11,178; G.S.W. Metalwares Div., Duro Aluminum Ltd.. 23,203; 
Guarantee Co. of North America. 19,583; Guardian Fire Protection Systems, 1 1,391 ; City of Guelph. 
15.401; Paul E. & Y. Guenette. 11.686; Guild Electric (Ontario) Ltd.. 37.542; Gulf Oil Canada Ltd.. 
90.305; G. W. Painting & Decorating, 20,419; H. & L. Co. Ltd.. 16.120; Hacio Brothers Ltd.. 48,780; 
Hagarty, Buist, Breivik & Milics, Architects, 30,455; Haggarty, Transport Ltd., 13,790; Haldane 
Electric Supply Ltd.. 43.849; County of Haldimand, 30.365; Hallford & Wilson. Architects. 21.457; 
Hall Photographing Supply Ltd.. 14.732; Regional Municipality of Halton. 361.399; Board of Educa- 
tion. City of Hamilton, 10,224; City of Hamilton. 152.740; Regional Municipality of Hamilton- 
Wentworth, 433,234; Hamilton Trust & Savings Corp.. 19,966; J. H. Ham. Q.C.. in Trust', re property 
purchase. 837,392; Hansa Construction, 16.351 ; John R. Hanselman. in Trust', re property purchase. 
1,112.591; Harbs Investment Co.. 38.400; R. E. Harding Ltd.. 17,964; Hargrave Plumbing, Heating 
& Air Conditioning. 50,326; Harmen Co. Ltd., 23.361; Harnox Holdings Ltd.. 118.917; Harper. 
Villemaire, Nowak. Kelleher, Bryson. in Trust', re property purchase. 474.921; Harries. Houser. 
Brown & McCallum. in Trust', re property purchase. 1.426.792; Harris Data Communications 
Canada Ltd.. 133,866; Harrison & Harrison, in Trust', re property purchase. 1.673.590; County of 
Hastings. 56,605; Haughton Typesetting Ltd.. 10.149; Hegarty Tire Centre. 29.047; Walter E. Heller 
Canada Ltd.. 12.500; Helson, Baines & Langdon. in Trust', re property purchase. 449.249; Hembruff 
& Dambrowitz Ltd.. 153.455; Henderson Furniture Ltd.. 16.342; Hepburn Bros., Ltd.. 75.358; 
Hermes Construction Co. Ltd.. 71.001; Heuristics Canada. 30,842; Hewlett Packard Co.. 76.697; 
C. C. Hill Painting & Decorating. 20,786; Hillcrest Construction Reg'd.. 18.523; I. Hill Contracting. 
21.450; Hill Security Ltd.. 17.213; Hilre Investments Ltd., 35,148; Hilroy Envelopes & Stationery. 
59,379; R. Hilton & Associates, 38.578; Hobart Mfg. Co. Ltd.. 16,739; Messrs. Hoffman & Hobson. 
17.160; Hofman Construction Co.. 58,794; Holdaway Roofing Co. Ltd.. 25.544; G. M. & H. O. 
Holmes Ltd.. 62,163; Thomas E. Holmes, 260,052; J. Wayne Homer, in Trust', re property purchase. 
184,784; Honeywell Ltd.. 267,960; John Wm. Hoskins, 13.264; Hospital Curtain & Drapery Mfg. 
Co.. 11,489; House of Lind. 10.707; Richard Howitt. in Trust', re property purchase. 2.403.515; 
Hub Leaseholds Ltd.. 34,957; Hudel Maintenance & Constr. Ltd., 36,727; Hughes-Owens Co. Ltd.. 
29,524; Humber Mechanical Services. 50,268; H. S. Hunnisett Ltd.. 1 1.623; County of Huron. 95.178; 
Huron Pines Realty Ltd.. 39.248; John A. Huston Co. Ltd.. 17.434; Hutchinson Home Furnishings 
Ltd., 15,000; Hutt Fence Ltd., 49.618; M. Hyde, in Trust', re property purchase. 100.000; Hygiene 
Products Ltd.. 70.267; Hyland Carpet Ltd.. 10.061; I.B. Mechanical & Electrical Co.. 15.778; Ideal 
Food Service Equipment, 20,938; Ideal Plumbing Supplies (Ont.) Ltd.. 24.201; LLC. Peripherals 
Leasing Corp.. 61,733; Imperial Oil Ltd., 24,448; Industrial Office & Building Corp. Ltd.. 155.535; 
Ministry of Industry & Tourism, 32,769; Infodata Ltd., 73,650; Informatics Inc., 20,577; A. M. 
Ingleson, 135,083; International Business Machines Ltd., 4.098,086; Integra Planning Ltd.. 15,700; 
Interior & Architectural Art Ltd., 18,787; Interiors International Ltd., 27,702; International Business 
Forms Co., 144,677; Inter Royal Corp. Smiths Falls Ltd., 69,643; Iris Prop. Ltd.. 15,632; Iron Range 
Painting & Decorating, 10,852; Itel Canada Ltd., 50,082; Itel Computer Products of Canada Ltd.. 
142,395; J. Ivanoff Construction Ltd.. 31.927; Ivery-Dreger Construction Ltd.. 270.482; T. A. Ivey 
& Sons Ltd.. 10,451; J & J Plumbing & Heating. 11,354; Jabo Holdings Ltd., 13,824; Jacob & Jacob. 
in Trust', re property purchase, 1,076,100; Leif Jacobsen Ltd., 24,113; Janin Building & Civil Works 
Ltd.. in Trust', 6,382,555; Jarrell-Ash, Division Fisher Scientific Co., 189,313; Jarvis Freedman 
Canada Fonds 11, Lehndorff & Equity Mgmt. Int'l Ltd.. 46.598; Jayden Products Ltd., 21,098; JEB 
Company. 17.500; Jedwood Corp.. 14,770; Jefco Ltd., 143,460; Connie Jefferess. 10.349; Jena 
Instruments (Toronto) Ltd.. 15.067; Jensen Construction Corp., 48,033; Jensen & Di Bernardo Ltd.. 
34.182; Jewitt & Vallee. 45,065; Joe's Appliance Service, 11,561; John Contracting Ltd., 15,557; 
O. H. Johns Scientific, 164,568; Johnson Controls Ltd.. 164,730; Ross Johnstone Ltd.. in Trust'. 
1.526.124; Jon-Dell Developments Ltd.. 65,952; Bryce Jones, in Trust', re property purchase. 
3.571,929; Tom Jones & Sons Ltd.. 1.743.782; Stanley V. Jordan. 24.868; Joyce Properties Ltd.. 
27,676; Jud's Painting, 10,174; Morris Justein Ltd.. 13,500; Wm. Kachmaryk. 12,906; David Kagan, 
29,425; Kamrus Construction Ltd., 1,079,928; Robert J. Kane Painting and Decorating, 10,443; 
John C. Kapusta. in Trust', re property purchase, 560.653; Kawartha Construction Co. Ltd.. 
37.429; K. C. Painting Co.. 10,950; Town of Keewatin, 11,700; H. Keith Ltd., 361,181; James F. 
Kelleher. Q.C.. in Trust', re property purchase, 34,905; Kemi Corporation Ltd., 10,614; Kemp Bay 
Development Ltd., 46,281; Kemp Holdings Ltd., 31,620; Town of Kemptville. 17,413; Kemptville 
Hydro, 27,060; Town of Kenora, 55,075; Kent Cambridge Ltd., 69,362; County of Kent, 182.949; 
Kent Industrial Developments. 1 1,069; Kesco Electric Supply Ltd., 12,1 1 1 ; Keuffel & Esser of Canada 



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Ltd., 41,310; King Mechanical Contractors Ltd., 12,300; King's Interior Cleaning, 29,045; Public 
Utilities Commission of the City of Kingston, 64,061; Kinsley-McColeman, 21,596; Kirby Tech- 
nical Sales, 14,925; Kitchener Silo Co. Ltd., 13,813; Kiwi Construction Co. Ltd., 12,545; David 
Klein, 19,238; Andre Knight Ltd., 16,754; Knights of Columbus Council 1916 Realty Ltd., 19,223 
Peggy Knowles, 26,999; Kodak Canada Ltd., 14,211; Konvey Construction Co. Ltd., 6,539,202 
Kosmos Nates, 15,700; Kovacs Construction Co. Ltd., 85,417; H. Krug Furniture Co. Ltd., 75,878 
Alfred J. Krupka, 12,392; Kyles & Kyles & Garratt, in Trust', re property purchase, 255,092 
Ministry of Labour, 11,456; G. & M. Labriola, 13,500; A. Lafreniere, 12,115; Lakeway Wheel Estate 
Ltd., 52,636; Lambert Pringle & Martin Ltd., 62,604; County of Lambton, 373,923; Lamont 
Properties Ltd., 44,428; County of Lanark, 32,936; Lancaster Sheet Metal Ltd., 10,200; Landridge 
Holdings Inc., 128,301; Lansing Bagnall of Canada Ltd., 12,906; Roland Lariviere Ltd.. 40,548; 
Laurin Landscaping, 12,810; J. Conrad Lavigne Enterprises, 37,228; J. B. & G. M. Lavis, 15,480; 
Paul Lawrence Associates Ltd., 13,690; Law Society of Upper Canada, 18,039; L. B. J. Develop- 
ments, 10,672; LBJ Properties Development, 17,107; Mr. & Mrs. Charles Leeder, 10,000; United 
Counties of Leeds & Grenville, 82,257; Lehndorff Property Mngmt. Ltd., 1 1,294; Counties of Lennox 
& Addington, 47,057; Lenvick Investments Ltd., 45,120; A. E. LePage Ltd., 2,576.236; Hilliard & 
Myrtle Levere, 20,000; Town of Lincoln, 11,245; Lindstrom & Nilson Ltd., 18,629; Lingwood/ 
Robertson, Architects/Engineers, 198,908; Lion Shipping Supplies (Ontario) Ltd., 31,707; Liquor 
Control Board of Ontario, 12,908; Loblaws Groceterias Co. Ltd., 66,131; Lockington Sports Ltd., 
12,250; Logan Contracting Ltd., 14,850; City of London, 65,548; London Life Insurance Co.. 17,600; 
London Public Utilities Commission, 76,412; Long Sault Construction Ltd., 49,236; Lonlife Data 
Services Ltd., 21,450; E. B. Loose Leaf Ltd., 34,935; Gino Lorcini, 15,000; B. G. Ludlow & Fleury 
Architects, 367,671 ; John Lunde& Hildegard Lund, 18,060; M. P. Lundy Construction, Ltd., 1 13,679; 
J. Luyt & Sons, 15,1 17; T. F. Lynch Construction in Trust', 787,221 ; M & S Roofing & Sheet Metal. 
100,774; James & Rosina MacDonald, 10,000; Gordon A. MacEachern Ltd., 17,005; MacKay & 
Wachter Ltd., 10,285; MacLean-Hunter Ltd., 97,574; MAI Canada Ltd., 10,034; Main & Marcy 
Ltd., 17,165; Main Halton Bldg. Trust, 10,668; Management Board, 443,520; Manjac Holdings 
Ltd., 17,473; Manoir Hotel Ltd., 138.829; Manufacturers Life Insurance Co., 104,973; Maple 
Engineering & Construction Co. Ltd., 57,035; Marathon Realty Co. Ltd.. 82,720; Gino & Mario 
Marcantognini, 20,677 ; Marino Protective Coating Ltd., 12,947; Markborough Properties Ltd., 
2,175,137; Markus & Son Ltd., 10,321; Marowen Realty Ltd., 41,929; Marshall Bros. Plumbing & 
Heating Ltd., 13,433; Marshall, Macklin, Monaghan. 29,800; Marshall Refrigeration Co. Ltd.. 
25,987; Martell Electric Co., 17,189; Masonic Holdings, 20,858; V. K. Mason Construction Ltd., 
92,520; Master Mechanical & Industrial Contractors Ltd., 14,635; Mathers & Haldenby, 51,079; 
Matsui, Baer, Heidman, Vanstone, in Trust', re property purchase, 194,813; Matthews Group Ltd., 
Ready Mix Division, 433,833; Maylor Industries Ltd., 50,208; M.B. Contracting of Ottawa Ltd.. 
23,155; McAleavey Ltd., 62,267; McArthur Paper Products Ltd., 15,628; McAuley Fuels Ltd., 16,038; 
R. T. McBride Ltd., 17,208; McConnell & Maughan, 14,800; John H. McCormick Ltd., 39,291; 
Lauchlan McDougall, 10,932; H. J. McFarland Construction Co. Ltd., 74,522; J. David McGill. 
11,492; F. McGregor Ltd., 39,461; Mclnroy-Maines Construction Ltd.. 13,565; Estate of John 
Mcintosh, 934,900; McKay-Cocker Construction Ltd., 54,760; S. B. McLaughlin Assoc. Ltd.. 
174,783; McLaurin Construction Ltd., 10,276; Alan McLean Delivery Service Ltd., 12,801 ; D. McLean 
Landscaping Ltd., 44,992; McLean-Peister Ltd., 26,180; McRae Holdings Ltd.. 19.666; K. L. 
McReynolds Ltd., 34,806; M.D.V. Painting & Decorating, 31,615; Mechanical Maintenance Con- 
sultants, 24,594; Memorex Canada Ltd., 106,547; ME PC. Canadian Properties Ltd.. 168.747 
Metcalfe Realty Co. Ltd., 100,479; Metro Envelope Ltd., 12,887; Metro Systems & Programming 
Services, 10,984; Met-Wo Industries Ltd., 12,366; Mid-Air Construction Co. of Canada Ltd., 20.710 
County of Middlesex, 69,688; Mid North Paving & Construction Ltd., 10,310; Midway Sales Ltd. 
46,518; John A. Milne, 19,491; Milton Hydro, 18,600; Minaki & Vermillion Investments Ltd. 
20,568; Ministry of Attorney General, 85,648; M & J Minkhorst, 10,000; Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing of Canada Ltd., 78,855; Miron-Wiggers Construction Ltd., 146,856; Mirten Con- 
tractors Ltd., 74,954; Hydro Electric Commission of the Town of Mississauga, 32,220; Mitchell Con- 
struction Co. (Canada), in Trust', 34,500; Modern Building Cleaning, Division of Dustbane Enter- 
prises, 780,129; Mod Steel Buildings Ltd., 14,199; Moffat, Moffat & Kinoshita, 395,952; Mohawk 
Data Sciences Canada Ltd., 15,261; Moloney Electric Co. of Canada Ltd., 15,289; Monarch Invest- 
ments Ltd., 108,423; Montgomery Elevator Co. Ltd., 129,783; Bank of Montreal, 60,516; Moore 
Business Forms Ltd., 26,262; G. A. Morrison & Son Coal Co., 89,245; Wm. J. Morton & Keitha 
E. Morton, 22,095; P. Mousseau Construction Ltd., 25,135; Moyer Diebel Ltd., 10,306; MRI Systems 
Corp., 155,251; Gordon Mulligan Construction Ltd., 12,534; Multi-Tech Services Ltd., 15.402; 
Munro & McCarthy, in Trust', re property purchase, 3,713,333; A. Murphy & Sons, 10,415; James 
Murray Furniture Ltd., 91,988; J. Leo Murray Investments Ltd., 23,835; Mutual Life Assurance 
Co. of Canada, 63,943; N.A. Constructions, 13,676; Nadalin Electric Conditioning Co. Ltd.. 14,100; 



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Nalba Merchandising Co. Ltd., 85,353; City of Nanticoke, 33,349; Napier-Reid Ltd., 18,529; Nash, 
Talmie & Johnston, 'In Trust', re property purchase, 564,300; Nashua Canada Ltd., 41,589; 

5 & H Nasiorowski, 10,000; National Trust Co. Ltd., 422,355; Nation-Wide Building Services Co. 
Ltd., 25,626; Ministry of Natural Resources, 525,438; Nedco Ltd., 53,253; Earl A. Nelson, 98,995; 
Township of Nepean, 11,143; Newcourt Developments Ltd., 40,000; Town of New Liskeard, 40,000; 
S. H. Newman Co. Ltd., 62,849; Newmarch Mechanical Ltd., 41,437; New Market Plaza Ltd., 12,036; 
New Method Insulation & Supply Ltd., 33,740; Newsome & Gilbert Ltd., 19,269; New Undermount 
Investments Ltd., 34,187; New York Window Cleaning Co. Ltd., 10,595; ^City of Niagara Falls, 
51,695; Regional Municipality of Niagara, 135,692; Allan J. Nichols, in Trust', re property purchase. 
123,349; Nickel Belt Aluminum of Sudbury Ltd., 14,713; Nickel Range Management Ltd., 42,708; 
Nielson & Haun Custom Furniture Ltd., 15,569; Nightingale Industries Ltd.. 24,741; 90 Floral 
Parkway Co., 21,533; Ninnis Disposal Service, 18,354; Noble Scott Co. Ltd., 265,779; Charles Nolan 
Co. Ltd., 4,035,573; Norbert Securities Ltd., 23,549; Nor-Duc Co. Ltd., 23,291; County of Norfolk. 
15,015; Norfolk Maintenance Service Ltd., 22,409; Normand & Fleming Ltd.. 22,251 ; B. J. Normand, 
28,253; North Bay Hydro, 1 1,425; Northern & Central Gas Corp. Ltd., 74,266; Northern Engineering 

6 Supply Co. Ltd., 28,700; County of Northumberland, 23,134; United Counties of Northumber- 
land & Durham, 42,603; Northway Survey Corp. Ltd., 28,083; Northwest Paving Co.. 13,875; 
Borough of North York, 4,031,965; North York Hydro, 507,902; F. B. Nowakowski & Charin 
Nowakowski, 12,821; Oakport Developments Ltd., 77,757; Town of Oakville, 21,084; E. G. Odette, 
L. L. Odette & J. Simandl, 10,338; Office Overload, M. Theresa Ault Ltd., 67,385; Office Specialty 
Co. Ltd., 388,364; Olivetti Canada Ltd., 19,125; Olympia Cleaners & Maintenance Co., 57,111; 
Olympia Interiors, 10,346; Olympia & York Developments, 1,413,864; 140 Centennial Parkway 
Ltd., 41,601; 100 St. James St. S., c/o Chambers & Co. Ltd., 38,558; One St. Clair Ave. West Ltd., 
c/o Commercial Properties Services, 355,148; 101 Mall Ltd., 68,255; 132 Second Street East Ltd., 
43,200; County of Ontario, 41,065; Ontario Development Corporation, 396,870; Ontario Hospital 
Association, 133,258; Ontario Hydro, 254,028; Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Corp., 11,721; 
Ontario Reformatory Mimico Industries, 26,886; Ordex Developments Ltd., 261,809; Ormiston 
Investments, 10,992; Oro Construction, 13,332; Oro Investments Ltd., 15,510; City of Oshawa. 
126,925; Oshawa Quality Aluminum, 42,092; Otis Elevator Co. Ltd., 16,162; Regional Municipality 
of Ottawa-Carleton, 82,614; City of Oshawa, 160,512; Ottawa Hydro Electric Commission, 38,512; 
Overhead Door Co. of Toronto Ltd., 11,852; County of Oxford, 65,753; Oxford Picture Frame Co. 
Ltd., 19,322; Oxlea Investments Ltd., 36,296; P & K Demolition Co. Ltd.. 10,757; Pacific Paving 
of Markham Ltd., 57,637; Padgett's Ltd., 13,126; Page & Steel, Architects, 23,849; Fred Palson Con- 
tractor, 14,944; Paragon Construction Waterloo Ltd., 41,169; T. J. Parsons Ltd., 101,155; Patten 
Holdings Inc., 29,532; Paul's Painting & Decorating, 31,553; Paul-Way Investments Ltd., 1,719,688; 
P.C.L. Packaging Ltd., 43,982; Peach County Properties. 22,392; Peat, Marwick & Partners. 120.544; 
Pebb Enterprises Ltd., 25,680; Pedlar People Ltd., 16,251; County of Peel, 178,149; Regional Muni- 
cipality of Peel, 48,572; M. L. Penrose, in Trust', 57,984; Pentland & Baker, 18,144; Richard Perdue, 
183,873; Perkin-Elmer (Canada) Ltd., 36.584; Perkins Realty Ltd.. 38.360; Perpetual Industries 
Ltd., 29.147; Perth Contractors, 28,837; County of Perth. 61,939; City of Peterborough, 53,133; 
County of Peterborough, 85,597; Peto MacCallum Ltd., 15,534; Philips Electronics Industries Ltd., 
57,465; B. Phillips Co. Ltd., 18,096; Phillips Security Agency Inc., 12,535; Phonic Ear Ltd., 36,400; 
Pickering Electrical Services Ltd., 26,961; Picker X-ray Engineering Ltd., 228,208; Picton Utilities 
Commission, 31,632; Pigott Construction Administration Ltd., 465,912; Pigott Project Management 
Ltd., 6,176,143; Pigott Project Management Ltd., in Trust', 2,064,028; Pilgrim Properties Ltd., 
1,616,000; Pitney-Bowes of Canada Ltd., 19,015; Placements Champlain Ltd., 50,778; Planland 
Contracting Ltd., 57,401 ; Plaza Properties Management Ltd., 19,369; Pointwest Towers Ltd., 19,231 ; 
Mary Popiel, c/o Gateway Building & Supply Ltd., 13,800; Postal Promotions, 19,649; Povey- 
Armour Services Ltd., 11,565; Power Cable Installations (Toronto) Ltd., 26,311; Powers Regulator 
Co. of Canada Ltd., 15,293; Power-Tel Utilities Ltd., 11,115; Prack Partners, 427,238; Bennett Pratt 
Ltd., 76,653; P. J. Praversey, in Trust', re property purchase, 25,200; Precision Data Co. Ltd., 16,51 1 ; 
United Counties of Prescott & Russell, 55,880; John & Greta Preston, 10,000; Charlie Price Enter- 
prises, 14,647; Price Waterhouse & Co., 31,638; County of Prince Edward, 25,519; Print Three Inc.. 
17,302; Pro Hardware Centre, 12,208; Provincial Industrial Roofing & Sheet Metal Co., 41,529; 
Provincial Painting & Decorating Ltd., 28,625; Proxus Ltd., 33,000; Prudential Insurance Co. of 
America, 109,936; Public Affairs Press, 11,994; Purvis Chalmers Ltd., 40,418; Pyramid Commercial 
Enterprises Ltd., 13,613; Quantum Information Resources Ltd., 29,077; Quasar Systems Ltd., 22,890; 
Quintal & England Ltd., 23,470; Quinte Aluminum Products, 10,209; Radionics Ltd., 26,459; John 
Rae & Sons Construction Ltd., 89,859; Ramex Mechanical Systems Ltd., 13,316; Ram Partitions 
Ltd., 42,928; Raney & Chambers, in Trust', re property purchase, 1,639,799; Rank Bloorwest 
Holdings Ltd., 105,036; Ranta & Tett, Architects, 80,345; Raycor Electric Ltd., 26,087; R.C.A. Ltd., 
22,189; R.A.C. Sales & Leasing Co., 24,740; Read Voorhees & Associates Ltd., 86,254; Real Time 



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Corp. Ltd.. 26.878; Receiver General of Canada, 936.629; Walter Redinger. 25,000; Reeder Sales. 
19.009; Reed. Shaw. Stenhouse Ltd.. 213.059; Rocco Regina. 20.443; A. C. & J. A. Reichenbach. 
10.020; Reliable Plumbers, 11,757; Rember Van & Storage Ltd.. 25.638; Remington Rand. 15.150; 
County of Renfrew. 25.861 ; Renkay Construction Ltd.. 68,302; Ministry of Revenue. 21.079; Allison 
C. & Martha S. Reynolds, 10.200; James A. Rice Ltd.. 23.111; Richards-Wilcox of Canada Ltd.. 
14.418; Sam Richman Investments London Ltd.. 112.956; Rideau Glass Ltd.. 20.880; Town of 
Ridgetown. 18.000; Ridgetown Public Utilities Commission. 22.912; Right of Way Assoc. Ltd.. 
16.209; Kenneth Ritchie. 13.324; Riverside Terrace (Ottawa) Ltd.. 151.522; Joe Rivers. 13.790; 
Riznek Construction Ltd.. 28.584; Robertson-Yates Corp. (1966) Ltd.. 74.055; Rocamora Bros. 
Ltd.. 26,374; Rochefort Construction Ltd.. 69.787; Maurice H. Rollins Construction Ltd.. 71.159; 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Roluf. 10.000; Root Wire Ltd.. 11.235; Ross-Clair Contractors. 90.819; W. G. 
Ross Building Corp. Ltd.. 99.243; Rowe Bros. Partition Co.. 10.569; Royal Canadian Legion. 16.025 
Royal Canadian Legion. Branch 52. 31.517; Royal Trust Co.. PT-14 Mr. Dave Snow. 139.462; H. 
Ruggles Construction. 1 1.975; D. F. Russell Construction. 66.941 ; RWB Consulting Services. 14.709; 
Saba Construction Co. Ltd.. 16.452; Safety Supply Co.. 14.673; Salpam Investments Ltd.. Woljus 
Holdings Ltd.. 974.626; Salter and Allison. Architects. 214.138; Frank Samms General Contractor. 
13.100; Samsonite of Canada Ltd.. 41.003; Sanders Electric Ltd.. 398.886; Sanland Investments. 
16.273; Sanmal Investments Ltd.. 10.548; Saracini Investments Co. Ltd.. 66.197; Saul. Leitch & Hays. 
'In Trust', re property purchase. 964,052; Sault Ste. Marie Public Utilities Commission. 15.399; 
Sawle Syndicate Ltd.. c/o Welland Assoc. Agencies Ltd.. 10.961; S.B.I. Management Ltd.. 21.883; 
Scaletta Realty Ltd.. 68.229; Borough of Scarborough. 36.327; Schenkman & Rudberg. 'In Trust". 
19.380; Schultz Construction Ltd.. 127.762; Scythes & Co. Ltd.. 10.835; Sears Limited. 19.935; 
Second Consortium Investments Ltd.. 174.347; Robert & Gerold Seguin. 19.200; Select Properties 
Ltd.. 16.435; Sellotape Canada Ltd.. 20.036; Semple-Gooder & Co. Ltd.. 21.565; Senator Motor 
Hotel. 12.389; Service Uniform Co.. 11.963; Seventy Six Division Street Ltd.. 13.680; Mr. & Mrs. 
A. Shakell. 11.400; Shaver Hospital of Chest Diseases Association. 16.720; A. N. Shaw & Sons 
Ltd.. 84.976; Sheard & Luthes Construction Ltd.. 16.506; Shell Canada Ltd.. 191.762; Sheppard. 
Sheppard & Sheppard. 'In Trust', re property purchase. 1.054.325; P. A. Sherwood Windows Ltd.. 
18.331; Shore Tilbe Henschel Irwin. 31.219; Siemens Medical Canada Ltd.. 66.212; George A. Sierer. 
24.711; Sifton Properties Ltd.. 74.464; Sillman Co Ltd.. 25.982; Simcoe Mechanical Contracting 
Ltd.. 47.718; Simo Ltd.. 30.420; Simpson & Fazakas. 117.447; Lloyd Simpson Painting & Decorating. 
30.631; Robert Simpson Co. Ltd.. 16.093; Donald E. Skinner. 19.675; Hugh M. Slimon. 'In Trust\ 
re property purchase. 3.288.261; Small Bros. Contractors. 11.350; Smith & Elston Co. Ltd.. 20.664. 
Smith & MacLennan. Architects. 35.804; Smith Brothers. 16.923; Smith Brothers Loose Leaf Ltd.. 
22.549; C. A. Smith Contracting Ltd.. 209.205; Smith Construction. 91.836; Owen J. Smith. In 
Trust', re property purchase. 38,000; Smith-Peat Roofing & Sheet Metal. 36.132; R& E Smith. 10.000; 
R. Stewart Smith. 63.678; Town of Smiths Falls. 49.382; David Snefjella. 17.560; Somerville. Mc- 
Murrich & Oxley. 105.355; Soo Mill & Lumber Co. Ltd.. 22.670; Soosentre Properties Ltd.. 23.924; 
Soreanu Construction. 19.328; Southern Cross Construction. 1 1.241 ; Spandec Ltd.. 75.208; Specialty 
Upholstery Ltd.. 18.898; James Spencer. 10.500; Sperry Rand Canada Ltd.. Remington Rand Div.. 
488.565; Oswald Stahl. 'In Trust', re property purchase. 376,020; Stamm Investments Ltd.. 33.600; 
Standard Paving Co. Ltd.. 38.650; Stanley-Taymouth Ltd.. 16.587; State Electric Co. Ltd.. 45.168; 
City of St. Catharines. 41.991 ; St. Clair Painting & Decorating. 10.628; St. Columban's Parish Centre. 
19.248; Brian Stead. 'In Trust', re property purchase. 729.049; Steelcase Canada Ltd.. 109.591; 
Steen Mechanical Contractors Ltd., 96,322; David C. Stevens & Associate, 29,835; Stevenson & 
Kellogg Ltd.. 15.000; Peter Stevens Ltd.. 14.985; Stewart & Hinan Construction Ltd.. 275.285; 
Alvin & Joan Stewart. 15.000; Cecil Stirtzinger. 12.222; J & M Stocker. 10.000; George Stone & 
Sons Ltd.. 71.884; Counties of Stormont. Dundas & Glengarry. 62.915; E. J. Strachan Ltd.. 13.471; 
Stradwick Industries Ltd.. 21.153; City of Stratford. 34.211 ; Strong's Cleaning Service. 22.765; City 
of St. Thomas. 80.375; Sudbury Hydro. 19.592; Sudbury Roofing Ltd.. 32.818; Sugg. Reid & Fitton. 
'In Trust', re property purchase. 62.500; M. Sullivan & Son Ltd.. 'In Trust'. 328.219; Sunar Industries 
Ltd.. Steel Division. 78.060; Sunar Industries Ltd.. 19.922; Sunbeam Appliance Service Co.. 20.250; 
Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada. 17.229; Sun Oil Co. Ltd.. 111.410; Superior Sanitation Service 
Ltd.. 27,080; Superior Tabbies of Canada. 16.995; Sutherland-Schultz Ltd.. 55.450; Sutherland 
Properties Ltd.. 54.776; Cliff Swain Painters & Decorators. 16.001; Switzer Planing Mills Ltd.. 15.233; 
Systemhouse Ltd.. 19.708; Systems Dimensions Ltd.. 47.537; Tabbing Sales Ltd.. 13.769; T A L 
Realty Ltd.. 59.175; Taxa Developments Ltd.. 17.568; Taylor Stationers Ltd.. 13.032; Taylor Transfer 
& Storage Ltd., 14,962; Teachers' Superannuation Commission. 20.377; Technical Marketing 
Associates. 27.442; Technicon International of Canada Ltd.. 68.403; Tec Systems. 22.045; Teela 
Abstracts Ltd.. 16.219; Telex Ltd.. 519.090; Terminal Towers Hamilton Ltd.. 15.729; Terrazzo. 
Mosaic & Tile Co. Ltd.. 20.178; Tesdata Systems Corp.. 68.462; Texaco Canada Ltd.. 24.720; T & G 
Electric. 17.762; Thamesgate Construction Co. Ltd.. 11.750; Thames Valley Brick & Building 



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Products Ltd.. 10,765; E. G. Thomas & Son Ltd., 43,042; Thompson Contract Supply Co. Ltd.. 
18,893; J. Arthur Thompson, 13,787; Thompson Plumbing & Heating Ltd., 23,595; Thomson News- 
papers Ltd., 29,869; Messrs. Thomson, Rogers. 'In Trust', re property purchase. 303,948; Thornhill 
Paving Co. Ltd., 83.162; Thornlodge Interiors, 11,685; Thorpe & Trunks Construction Manage- 
ment Ltd., 25.013; City of Thunder Bay. 30,867; Thunder Bay Hydro, 58.035; Tippet-Richardson 
Ltd., 37,549 ; Tobias & Cochran. 'In Trust', re property purchase. 1 5 1 .01 7 ; Tom's Garage Ltd., 37.854 ; 
Wm. Tonno & W. E. Roth, 12.161; Topsail Island Developments Ltd.. 33,029; City of Toronto. 
229,516; Toronto Dominion Bank. 21,084; Toronto Hydro. 1.770,971; Toronto Hydro District 
Steam, 16,329; Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 3,443,082; Toronto Professional Building. 
311.346; Toronto Star Ltd.. 10,751 ; Toronto Terminal Railway Co.. 24.175; Toshak Bros. (Prescott) 
Ltd., 57,569; Tosi Temporaries, 20,515; Totten, Sims, Hubicki, Associates Ltd., 37,603; Townend, 
Stefura & Baleshata. 251,556; Trade & Commerce Building. 22.859; Trane Service Agency (Toronto). 
101.427; Transmetro Properties Ltd., 21,596; Transport Personnel & Placement Ltd.. 32.681; 
Ministry of Transportation & Communications, 234.744; Ministry of Treasury, Economics & Inter- 
governmental Affairs, 142,719; Trebeurden Real Estate Ltd., 121,344; Trend Realty Co. (Sudbury) 
Ltd.. 44.9S2; William Trow Assoc. (Sudbury) Ltd., 17,658; TRW Data Systems. 18.315; TSA Con- 
sultants Ltd., 30,425; Tuite Construction Co. Ltd., 10.900; Bruce Turnbull Construction Ltd.. 14.215; 
Village of Tweed. 15,025; Twin Lakes Paving Ltd.. 57.341; Two Hundred & Sixty Six Thousand. 
Four Hundred & Thirty-Two Ont. Ltd.. 1.500,000; Underwood McLellan & Associates. 182,655; 
Union Gas Co. of Canada Ltd.. 71.649; United Trust Company c/o Mr. Gerry Browsky. 98,400; 
Univac Computer Systems. 43.764; Uptown Window Cleaners, 65,498; USCAN Development Corp. 
Ltd., 347,424; Val Court Mobile Homes Ltd., 70,977; Vallance Brown & Co. Ltd., 16.104; Vanbots 
Construction Ltd., 'In Trust'. 238.674; Garry Van Gennip. 12.590; Varian Associates of Canada 
Ltd., 80,034; Arthur G. Veitch, 21.559; Venetia Building Cleaners Co.. 11,179; Vertix Painting & 
Decorating Ltd.. 18.558; Frank Vespi Paving. 262.738; Victor Comptometer Ltd.. 22.914; County of 
Victoria. 36,391; VMT Assoc. 16.335; Wabash Tape (Canada) Ltd., 101,876; Wabasso Ltd., 19,966; 
Walbridge Mechanical Contractor Ltd.. 40.190; Walneck, Martin, Watkinson, 35.535; Raymond 
J. Walneck. 'In Trust', re property purchase. 16,900; Wasteneys & Stern Architects, 106,552; County 
of Waterloo, 271,742; City of Waterloo. 10,920; Regional Municipality of Waterloo. 40.342; Waterous. 
Holden. Kellock & Kent. 'In Trust', re property purchases. 12.842.483; R. G. Watson Co. Ltd.. 16.296; 
Webster Smallwood Ltd.. 10.596; L. R. & E. Weismiller & Jas. Tilley. 11.781; Welcon Ltd.. 15.133; 
City of Welland. 129.834; County of Welland. 44.863; County of Wellington. 70.621 ; William Wells. 
15.575; Bert Welsley Ltd.. 59.414; Westburne. 37.945; Western Holdings London Ltd.. 56.500; 
Westinghouse Canada Ltd.. 36.022; West Lake Construction Ltd., 46,555; Town of Whitby. 336.650; 
Tomenson Saunders Whitehead Ltd., 49,972; White Oak Investments Ltd.. 16.260; Whitley & Robert- 
son Investments. 14.940; Whitman Contracting Ltd., 90,193; Whyte Hook Papers. 147.415; Wilchar 
Construction Ltd.. 16.200; A. H. Wild Sales. 30,753; Wild of Canada Ltd.. 24.892; Williams Welding 
(Canada) Ltd.. 23.244; Wilson. Newton, Roberts, Duncan, 31,164; Windklein Contracting Co.. 
55.832; Windom Investments Ltd.. 121,400; City of Windsor. 170.369; Windsor Maintenance Ltd.. 
36,806; Windsor Utilities Commission, 11,665; A. J. Wing Construction Ltd., 17,066; A. W. Winter, 
'In Trust', re property purchase. 724,760; H. A. Winter, 'In Trust', re property purchase. 687,122; 
Winvalley Construction Ltd.. 61,521; G. H. Wood & Co. Ltd.. 35.849; Woodmay Developments 
Ltd.. 16.510; Wood Gordon & Co.. 35.307; Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario. 3.498.372; 
Wright Line of Canada Ltd.. 37.665; Wyant & Co. Ltd.. 55.406; W2 Workshop Ltd., 14.201; Xerox 
of Canada Ltd.. 101.562; Y & R Properties Ltd., 19,446; Yates & Yates Ltd.. 26,588; Yolles & 
Rotenberg Ltd.. 10.999; Yong-Well Investments Ltd.. 551,677; York Property Appraisers Ltd.. 
19.397; Zalcar Engineering Co., 73,369; T. Zanette Ltd., 21,260; Thomas Wm. Zegil, 24,693; Carl 
Zeiss Canada Ltd.. 14.892; Zenith Electric Supply Ltd.. 13,168; Zentronics Ltd., 20,524; -Accounts 
under $10,000. 9,399,337;-Less: Recoveries from other Ministries, 27,160.489. 

Government Hospitality Fund ($370,632): 

Alcohol. Drugs & Traffic Safety. 6th International Convention, Dinner, 5,961 ; All Canadian Junior Ladies 
Softball Championships, Wine & Cheese Reception. 865; All Canadian Little League Baseball. 
Luncheon. 1,324; All Chiefs' Meeting by Hon. Margaret Birch, Ottawa, Dinner. 1,497; 100th Anni- 
versary of the Grand Black Chapter of British America in conjunction with the Grand Orange Lodge 
of Canada. Dinner. 1.014; 25th Anniversary of the Ontario Public Health Association, Luncheon, 
1,928; Annual Conference & Workshop of the Federation of Canadian Music Festival, Dinner, 1.210; 
91st Annual Conference of Campbell African Methodist Episcopal Church. Dinner. 1.913; Annual 
Conference of Provincial Ministers of Health. Invitations & Menus, 112; Annual Conference of Rural 
Municipalities of Ontario. Luncheon. 4.546; Annual Conference of the Association of Co-operative 
Educators. Luncheon. 367; 1st Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Health, Physical 
Education & Recreation. Dinner. 4.1 17; 1974 Annual Conference of the Canadian Nature Federation, 



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Dinner, 1,500; Annual Conference of the Canadian Safety Council, Dinner, 5,167; Annual Conference 
of the Canadian UNICEF Committee, Dinner, 1,500; Annual Conference of the International Society 
of Educational Planners, Dinner, 1,389; 1974 Annual Conference of the Learned Societies of Canada, 
Reception, 2,250; 27th Annual Convention of the Eastern Canada & Caribbean Key Clubs International, 
Luncheon, 374; Annual Convention of Executives' Secretaries, Inc., Dinner, 10,503; 15th Annual 
Convention of the Association of Counties & Regions of Ontario, Luncheon, 1,869; Annual Con- 
vention of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario, Wine & Cheese Reception, 2,858; 39th Annual 
Convention of the Canadian Dietetic Association, Luncheon, 2,01 4 ; Annual Convention of the Canadian 
Lacrosse Association, Dinner, 1,031 ; 28th Annual Convention of the First Special Service Force Asso- 
ciation, Dinner, 1,835; Annual Convention of the National Association of Animal Breeders, Dinner, 
5,225; Annual Convention of the North American Tax Executives Institute, Dinner, 5,744; 39th 
Annual Convention of the Order of AHEPA, Luncheon, 1,114; 15th Annual Institute on Addiction 
Studies, Luncheon, 875; Annual Interpreters' Convention of the International Association of Approved 
Basketball Officials, Dinner, 2,120; Annual Meeting and Conference of the Society of American 
Archivists, Luncheon, 3,709; Annual Meeting and Joint Conference of the Association of Canadian 
Orchestras & the Ontario Federation of Symphony Orchestras, Dinner, 1,197; Annual Meeting of 
the Canadian Mental Health Association, Dinner, 4,932; Annual Meeting of the American Association 
for Automotive Medicine, Dinner, 2,211; Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association in Support 
of the Native Peoples, Dinner, 1,549; 24th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Psychiatric Association, 
2,765; 35th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Luncheon, 3,611; Annual 
Meeting of the Egg Producers' Council, Dinner, 1,037; Annual Meeting of the Insurance Agents 
Associations' Executives, Dinner, 1,648; Annual Meeting of the National Defense College, Luncheon, 
228 ; Annual Meeting of the Royal Society of Canada, Dinner, 3,698 ; Annual Meeting Ontario Municipal 
Electrical Association, Luncheon, 2,507; 1st Annual Meeting of Society for Autistic Child, Dinner, 
1,945; 42nd Annual Police Association of Ontario Convention, Dinner, 3,296; 1st Annual Split-Rail 
Festival, Grant, 1,500; Association of College Unions Annual Conference, Wine & Cheese Reception, 
1,000; Associations of Counties and Regions of Ontario, Dinner, 1,544; Bell Centennial Banquet, Grant, 
12,000; 1974 Biennial Conference of Travellers' Aid International Social Service of America, Dinner, 
2,494; Biennial Convention of the Canadian Womens' Christian Temperance Union, Luncheon, 
1,793; 1974 Burlington International Games, Barbecue Dinner, 1,000; Business Press Editors' Asso- 
ciation, Dinner, 1,550; Canada Jaycees National Board Meeting, Dinner, 500; Canadian Amateur 
Boxing Championships, Dinner, 1,422; Canadian Child & Youth Drama Association, Dinner, 3,456; 
Canadian Firefighters Curling Championships, Dinner, 2,522; Canadian Food Executives' Association, 
Luncheon, 826; Canadian Hungarian National Youth Conference, Menus, 78; Canadian Indoor Speed 
Skating Championships, Dinner; 3,524; Canadian Meteorological Society, Dinner, 2,978; Canadian 
National Diving Championships, Dinner, 1,357; 7th Canadian National Rover Meet, Luncheon, 
1,947; Canadian Open Badminton Championships, Dinner, 2,138; Canadian Public Service Conference, 
6; Canadian Red Cross Society, Grant, 500; Canadian Society for Horticultural Science and American 
Society for Horticultural Science, Barbecue, 4,283; 1974 Canadian Swimming Championships, 2,033; 
Canlon National Reunion, Dinner, 2,050; Centennial Conference on Laryngeal Cancer, Dinner, 1,965; 
1974 College Bowl, Dinner, 2,143; Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Canadian Regional 
Conference, Dinner, Preparation & Menus, 357; Conference for Attorneys General, Luncheon, 1,169; 
Conference of the North American Association of Opera Guilds, Dinner, 2,859; Conjoint Meeting 
of the Medical Lab Disciplines, 101 ; Conjoint Meeting of the Association of Pathologists, Barbecue, 
1,700; Contact Canada, Luncheon, 293; 1974 Convention of Law Enforcement Intelligence Units, 
Dinner, 4,753; Convention of the Association of Figure Skating Coaches, Dinner, 1,111; Convention 
of the National Foundation for Consumer Credit and the Consumer, 1,786; Diamond Jubilee 
Conference of Roads & Transportation Association of Canada, Dinner, 2,321 ; Dominion Day Celebra- 
tions, 7,885; Dr. Jose de Mello-Gouveia, Consul General of Portugal, Reception, 436; Educational 
Exchange, Northwood Public School and Airdaries-Kathryn, Luncheon, 462; Eskimo Children on 
Exchange Program, Luncheon, 188; Exhibition, The Shape of Things Now, Art Gallery, Luncheon, 
176; Farewell Dinner for the Trade Commissioner of Australia, Dinner, 533; French Technical & 
Scientific Exposition, Dinner, 1,778; Frontier College Conference, Dinner, 2,935; General Council 
of the Canadian Medical Association, Dinner, 3,727; Girl Guides of Canada, Dinner, 512; Their 
Excellencies The Governor General of Canada & Madam Jules Leges, Official Welcome at Queen's 
Park & Provincial State Dinner, 17,014; Great Lakes Invitational Conference Association, Dinner, 
1,728; Hon Peter Shore, British Secretary of State for Trade, Luncheon, 266; Imperial Order of the 
Daughters of the Empire, Dinner, 5,983; Installation of the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, 3,467; 
International Association for Metropolitan Research & Development, Dinner, 246; International 
Association of Assessing Officers, Cheese Reception, 739; International Conference of the Union of 
Panamerican Associations of Engineering, Dinner, 6,147; International Conference on Values of 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 31 

MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES— Continued 

Education, Wine & Cheese, 1,351; International Curling Competition, Canada & Scotland, Dinner, 
803; International Federation of Thanatologists' Associations, Wine & Cheese Reception, 242; 
International Junior Curling Championship, Trillium Crest on Clip, 229; International Ski Jumping 
Meet, Dinner, 926; International Snow Shoers' Convention, Dinner, 6,000; Interprovincial Conference 
on Corporate Affairs, Coffee & Donuts, 17; Investiture of the Ontario Medal Winners, Dinner, 1,597; 
Joint Convention of the Canadian Newspaper Association & the National Newspaper Association of 
the United States, Dinner, 10,218; Junior Interprovincial Golf Championships, Dinner, 1,047; Lady 
Johnson, Luncheon, 16; Lion's Club, Dinner, 2,799; Macedonian Delegation, Dinner, 635; Meeting 
with Ambassador of the Netherlands, Luncheon, 185; National Association of Administrators of 
Co-op Legislation, Dinner, 583; National Board Meeting of Canada Jayces, Luncheon, 150; 1st 
National Conference of the Native Women of Canada, Dinner, 1,250; National Conference on Law & 
Women, Dinner, 2,174; 24th National Convention & the 50th Anniversary of the Royal Canadian Air 
Force Association, Luncheon, 3,129; National Council of Air Shows, Breakfast, 467; 53rd National 
Convention of the Canadian Authors' Association, Wine & Cheese Reception, 544 ; National Convention 
of the Canadian Bar Association, Harvest Dinner, 20,000; National Convention of the Canadian 
Daughter's League, Dinner, 1,273; National Council of Women of Canada, Dinner & Tour of Ontario 
Place, Menus & Programs, 321 ; National News Week& News Hall of Fame, Luncheon, 4,734; National 
Youth Bowling Championships, Dinner, 4,390; Northeast Suzuki Festival, Dinner, 1,685; Official 
Friendship Mission of France-Canada, Wine & Cheese Reception, 445; Official Opening of the Roy 
Greenaway Hall, Luncheon, 618; Ontario Bean Industry Conference, Dinner, 1,216; Patro d'Ottawa, 
Dinner, 365; Premier's Honorary Dinner for George Gathercole, 1,914; Presentation of Scroll Honour- 
ing Nominees for Hall of Fame, 95; Prime Minister of Lesotho, Luncheon, 276; Professional Skating 
Association, Dinner, 24; Provincial (Ontario) Association of Committees of Adjustment & Land 
Division, Dinner, 2,983; Reunion of the 4th Region of Royal Canadian Artillery, Dinner, 1,306; 
R.C.A.F. Convention, Banquet, 3,392; Royal Life Saving Society of Canada, Luncheon, 672; Royal 
Visit, 1974; Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, Reception & Lunch, 9,472; Scandi- 
navian Club of Toronto-St. Lucia Festival, Refreshments, 18; Service Charge re cancelled luncheon 
for U.S.S.R. Students, 5; Silver Cross Association, Dinner, 1,058; Sir Alberto Rodrigues, Chairman 
of Hong Kong Narcotics Committee, Dinner, 407; Sponsorship of Canadian Construction Associa- 
tion, Luncheon, 2,148; Second Symposium on Remote Sensing, Wine & Cheese Reception, 454; 
Theatrical Exchange of the Felling Youth Theatre of England, Luncheon, 397; Thunder Bay Square 
Dance Festival, Dinner, 1,321; Toastmistresses' Convention, Banquet, 3,040; Tour of the British 
Royal Air Force & Royal Signals Corps Motor Cyclists, Luncheon, 300; U.N. Association of the 
Great Lakes Invitation Model, 117; U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Executives, Dinner, 1,113; Up with 
People, Luncheon, 327; Visit of Dr. Raul Leon, President National Bank, Cuba, Luncheon, 892; 
Visit of Group from North West Territories, Luncheon, 35; Visit of His Excellency Amir Abbas 
Hoveyda, Prime Minister of Iran, Dinner, 4,035; Visit of Cuban Physicians, Drs. Ada and Marta 
Kouri, Dinner, 476; Visit of E. B. Whitlam, Prime Minister of Australia, Dinner, 1,613; Visit of Kuwait 
& Egyptian Officials, Dinner, 518; Visit of Mr. Thomas Bradley, Mayor of Los Angeles, Luncheon, 
1 ,359 ; Visit of Her Royal Highness The Princess Ann & Captain Mark Phillips, 1 ,882 ; Visit of Princess 
Margriet of the Netherlands, Reception, 2,811; Visit of the British Air Cadets & Civil Air Patrol 
U.S.A., Luncheon, 185; Visit of the Delegation from New South Wales, Australia, 350; Visit of the 
Flyers Hockey Team, Arlington, Texas, Luncheon, 246; Visit of the Hungarian National Waterpolo 
Team, Breakfast, 238; Walking Tour of Victorian Buildings conducted by Donald Jones, Hot Drinks, 
563; Westbound Inaugural Flight of Air Canada from Quebec City, Luncheon, 224; Winter Meetings 
of the Major Baseball Leagues in New Orleans, Louisiana, Dinner, 1,000; World Congress of Cooks 
Societies, Luncheon, 1,498; VIII World Congress of the International Sociological Association, Dinner, 
4,374; 1974 World Craft Council, Dinner, 10,956; World Meeting of Clinical Chemists, 10; Zonta 
International District IV Conference, Luncheon, 1,687; Miscellaneous: Printing of various menus, 
invitations, etc., 1,596. 

Supplementary Retirement Benefits, allowances, etc. ($23,140,665): 

Provision to increase, where applicable, annual allowances under The Public Service Superannuation Act 
to $2,400 and $1,200 for former contributors and their dependents. These minimum benefits include, 
in certain cases, any benefit entitlement under the Canada Pension Plan and actuarially reduced, will 
also apply to annuitants with ten or more years of service and their dependents. Provision is also made 
for supplementary retirement benefits approved from time to time as percentage increases to persons in 
receipt of allowances and annuities under The Public Service Superannuation Act:— Sundry persons, 
8,085,760; Contribution to health, hospital and life insurance premiums for certain retired employees 
and dependents of former employees, 81 1,905; Payment on unfunded Liability of The Public Service 
Superannuation Fund, 14,243,000. 



32 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES-Continued 

Commission on the Legislature ($70,952): 

(Cumulative costs to March 31. 1975: $358,706): 

Salaries and Wages:— Accounts under $20,000, 57,082; Travelling expenses: -Accounts under $2,500. 
4,989; Materials etc. :- Accounts under $10,000, 8.881. 

Total Other Payments 226,991,187 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($18,000) 

Hon. J. W. Snow 18,000 

Payments under Section 19 of the Public Service Superannuation Act, 1960-61 ($6,628) 

Sundry Persons 6.628 

Employee Benefits (Government Contributions) ($676,734) 

The Public Service Superannuation Act, Section 10(1), 78,212,096; Receiver General of Canada — re: Canada 
Pension Plan, 19,986,429; Unemployment Insurance, 18.856,407; London Life Insurance Co. re: Group 
Life Insurance, 8,232,917; Long Term Income Protection. 6.591.952; Extended Health Care. 1,725.141 
Ministry of Health-re: Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 15,690,931 ; Ontario Blue Cross, 298,353;-Less 
Employee's Payroll deductions, 64,680,707; Refunds from Boards, Commissions and Direct Pay, 996,804 
Recoveries from other Ministries, 83.239.981. 

Deposit, Trust and Reserve Accounts ($19,774) 

Payments re: Plans & Tender Deposits. 1,200; Collection of Accounts receivable, 15.839; Outstanding cheques. 

2.735. 

Government Printing Account ($186,608) 

Aerotype Services. 10.981; Ainsworth Press Ltd.. 14.042; Alger Press Ltd.. 32,356; Alphatext Systems Ltd.. 
10,131 ; Anthes Business Forms, a Division of Molson Industries Ltd., 107,084; Arthurs-Jones Lithographing 
Ltd., 18,421; Artistic Stationery Co. Ltd., 65,497; Ashton-Potter Ltd., 84,694; Associated Printers Ltd., 
18,459; Atwell Fleming Printing Co. Ltd., 18,957; Automated Business Forms Ltd., 41.61 1 ; Baker Gurney 
& McLaren Press Ltd.. 35,645; Barber Ellis of Canada Ltd., 94,032; Beauregard Press Ltd., 18,581; Bell 
Offset Printing Ltd., 11,981 ; Brimley Litho Ltd., 19,628; Bryant Press Ltd., 142,583; Buntin Reid Paper Co. 
Ltd., 47,489; Cameron Advertising Displays Ltd., 14,779; Canada Decalcomania Co. Ltd., 15,186; Canada 
Envelope Ontario Ltd., 83,666; Carswell Co. Ltd., 190,886; Canadian Offset Co. Ltd., 30,576; Canadian 
Print Co. Ltd., 48,142; Century Press Ltd., 17,689; Charters Publishing Co. Ltd., 22,919; Commercial 
Papers Ltd., 13,337; Commercial Print-Craft Ltd., 10,450; Commercial Safety Paper Co., 48,772; Control 
Data, 27,446; James A. Cook & Son (1961) Ltd., 53,191 ; R. L. Crain Ltd., 34,474; Data Business Forms 
Ltd., 64,924; Delgraphics, 39,417; John Deyell Ltd., 37,597; Dominion Envelope Co. Ltd., 60,764; 
Drummond Business Forms Ltd., 367,659; Espie Printing & Stationery Ltd., 49,917; Estoprint, 17,261; 
Fairway Press, 16,640; Fastforms Ltd., 32,491 ; Fordprint, 24,479; Frisby Litho Ltd., 17,734; Gage Envelopes 
Ltd., 132,042; Garden City Press Co-Operative Ltd., 27,825; Gaylord Litho, 149,138; General Printers 
Ltd., 43,888; Globe Envelopes Ltd., 70,427; Globe Printing & Litho Toronto Ltd., 36,113; G. M. Graham 
& Co. Ltd., 37,904; Graphic Centre, 78,501 ; Griffin House Graphics Ltd., 18,588; Guild Envelopes, 43,972 
Fred W. Halls Paper Co. Ltd., 130,427; C. F. Haughton Ltd., 51,787; Bruce Henderson Ltd., 18,147 
Hilroy Envelopes & Stationery, 16,169; House of Lind, 15,114; Houstons Standard Publications Ltd. 
1 3,607 ; Huddleston & Barney Ltd., 21 ,775 ; Hunter Rose Co., 1 39,952 ; Impact Business Forms Ltd., 1 25,634 
Insurance Forms Co. Ltd., 21,569; International Business Machines Ltd., 44,885; Kemi Corp. Ltd., 31,896 
Kimball Systems, 64,420; Knights' Ruling Service, 10,034; Kruger Pulp & Paper, 10,303; Labels Sixty- 
Seven, 30,119; Lavalette Business Forms Ltd., 23,568; Lawson Business Forms Ltd., 256,706; Lawson & 
Jones, Toronto, 11,090; Lawson & Jones Limited, 287,364; Love Printing Service Ltd., 10,726; M & S 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 33 

MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES-Continued 

Printers Ltd.. 43,733; MacKinnon-Moncur Ltd., 61,759; MacLean-Hunter Ltd., 32,278; Magill Business 
Systems Ltd., 366.492; Maracle Press Ltd., 84,601; Maxwell Review Ltd., 12,445; McCutcheon Business 
Forms Ltd., 1 13,166; McLaren, Morris & Tobb Ltd., 44,388; Merchants Printing Co. Ltd., 10,316; Metro 
Envelope Ltd., 53,470; Metro Provincial Envelope Ltd., 22,465; Mirror Press Ltd., 10,433; Mono Lino 
Typesetting Co. Ltd., 13,089; Moore Business Forms Ltd., 189,088; Morris Graphics Ltd., 17,506; Multi- 
color Printing Ltd., 11,414; Munn Envelopes Co. Ltd., 93,291; National Cash Register Co. of Canada 
Ltd., 25,897; National Paper Goods Ltd., 89,487; National Printers Limited, 43,077; New Canadian 
Publications, 35,203; Newsweb Enterprise Ltd., 17,885; Noble Scott Company Ltd., 340,122; Norfield 
Hart Ltd., 19,620; Northern Miner Press Ltd., 46,322; Offset Print & Litho Ltd., 39,737; Pakfold Con- 
tinuous Forms Ltd., 20,510; Parr's Print & Litho Ltd., 1 1,575; T. J. Parsons Ltd., 35,091 ; Printage, 25,042; 
Print Three Inc., 13,070; Purvis Chalmers Ltd., 10,626; Redi Set Business Forms Ltd., 89,828; Regal 
Colour Corporation, Division of Regal Stationery Co. Ltd., 27,217; Richardson Bond & Wright Ltd., 
16,636; Robb Press, 28,418; Rolph-Clark-Stone Ltd., 92,502; Ronalds-Federated Ltd., 85,448; Sampson- 
Mathews Ltd., 28,804; Sheppard & Sears Ltd., 24,228; Source Data Control Ltd., 165.223; Southam 
Murray, Division of Southam Printing Co. Ltd., 382,358; Spalding Printing Co. Ltd., 108,905; Ralph 
Standfast Ltd., 22,231 ; Systems Equipment Ltd., 25,185; Tabbing Sales Ltd., 11,199; Telford & Craddock 
Co. Ltd., 34,966; Think Ink, 25,049; E. G. Thomas & Sons, Ltd., 10,222; Thompson Printing, 42,290; 
Thorn Press, N. A. MacEachern & Co. Ltd., 133,885; Tibbies Printing Co. Ltd., 25,137; Trade Printing 
Service Ltd., 22,382; Twin Offset Ltd., 40,892; Universal Offset Ltd., 17,064; University of Toronto 
Press, 39.894; Versatel Corporate Services Ltd., 44.538; Weller Publishing Co. Ltd.. 17.450; Westprint. 
48,485; Whyte Hook Papers, 17,695; Willjay Printers Ltd., 1 1,431 ; Reg. Willson Printing Co. Ltd.. 10.862; 
Wilson Munroe Co. Ltd.. 74.908; York Litho Ltd.. 45.471 ; Accounts under $10,000, 803,406; Less: 
Recoveries, 8,447,057. 



Summary of Expenditures 

Voted — 

Salaries and Wages 36,320,367 

Employee Benefits 3.825.825 

Travelling Expenses 1 ,035,414 

Other Payments 226.991 , 1 87 

268,172.793 

Statutory 907,744 

Total Expenditure, Ministry of Government Services $269,080,537 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 35 

MINISTRY OF HOUSING 

Hon. Sidney B. Handleman, Minister 
Hon. Donald R. Irvine, Minister 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($4,282,199) 

R. M. Warren Deputy Minister 44,792 

R. W. Riggs Assistant Deputy Minister 39,3 1 1 

W. Wronski Assistant Deputy Minister 41 ,574 

S. G. Barber. 23.619; A. C. Beattie, 30,545; A. J. Beaumont, 24,025; J. F. Brown. 25.474; R. G. Brown, 26,767 

F. H. Burcher. 24,435; J. Burkus. 29,071 ; D. S. Campbell, 21.557; J. J. Canham, 21,797; W. O. Dew. 20,294 
B. L. Dymond, 24,927; G. M. Farrow, 26,839; J. L. Forster, 29,681; M. Gain, 12,436; R. Grant, 29,149 
H. S. Grewal, 23,786; D. G. Henderson, 20,892; R. S. Holmes, 21,465; H. G. Hopkins, 25,915; N. Kristoffy 
19,270; P. B. Loebel, 20,742; W. M. MacKay, 27,109; J. G. MacKenzie, 21,380; W. D. Manson, 22,354 
P. J. Martin, 34,880; D. L. Santo, 24.215; R. Skelly, 21,526; J. D. Strachan, 28,396; D. E. Sweezey, 20.294 

G. S. Trivett. 19,091; R. Tuokko. 21,240; L. J. Will. 26.542;-Other salaries and wages under $20,000, 
3,386,809. 

Employee Benefits ($292,432) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario re: Canada Pension Plan, 43,265; Group Life Insurance, 10.348; Long 
Term Income Protection, 13,355; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 25,901; Public Service Superannuation 
Fund, 138,734; Unemployment Insurance, 38.255; Miscellaneous. 645. 

Other Benefits: Attendance Bonus Credits, 15,418. 

Payments to Ontario Housing Corporation re: various benefits, 19,889. 

Payment to other Ministries re: various benefits, 5.136. 

Less: recoveries from Ontario Housing Corporation, 18,514. 

Travelling Expenses ($231,930) 

Hon. S. B. Handleman, 769; Hon. D. R. Irvine, 146; K. A. Bauman, 4,028; J. F. Brown, 3,026; W. D. Dolman. 

3,429; G. M. Farrow, 2,691; L. J. Fincham, 2,855; R. Foy. 7,624; G. O. MacLellan, 2,537; R. W. Riggs, 

1 19; D. Saunders, 2,530; J. J. Scholtz, 2,916; M. Scrivener, 3,693; G. S. Trivett, 3,043; W. Wronski, 4,374; 

-Other accounts under $2,500, 185,242. 
Travelling Expenses not Allocated to Individuals: 

Ontario Housing Corporation, 2,908. 

Other Payments ($303,649,124) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($2,565,634): 

ABKS Communications Group Ltd., 14,463; Aerotype Services, 19,455; Sid Ballik Plumbing & Heating, 
53,590; Peter Barnard Associates, 88,016; J. D. Barnes Ltd. -Surveyors, 18,802; Bell Canada, 21,540; 
Berger, Tisdall, Clark & Lesly Ltd., 13,179; G. A. Bowles, 14,958; Constam, Heine Associates Limited, 
10,056; Croy-Roy Distributors Ltd., 35,109; Facit Addo Canada Ltd., 11,262; James F. Gilhespie, 
16,165; R. Hilton & Associates, 25,466; Horton Forestry Services Ltd., 26,115; Horton & Wallace 
Ltd., 13,632; Huxley & Godwin, 101,429; IBM Canada Ltd., 45,201; Intercon Security Ltd., 80,754; 
Interroyal Corporation Ltd., 16,666; Jefco Ltd., 11,558; Kenneth Johnston Ltd., 10,053; Garnet M. 
Kaye, 14,876; Kelly Girl Service of Canada, Ltd., 16,571 ; Joseph Kuzik, 15,052; Lawrence Renovation 
Co., 69,944; MacNaughton Planning Consultants Ltd., 11,575; Marshall Macklin Monaghan Ltd., 
41,481; L. K. Marton Forestry & Landscaping Services, 12,075; A. R. May & Associates, 12,521; 
Ministry of Attorney General, 49,605; Ministry of Environment, 21,270; Ministry of Government 
Services, 168,405; Management Board, 14,048; Ministry of Natural Resources, 10,575; Ministry of 
Transportation & Communications, 28,778; Murray V. Jones & Associates Limited, 56,576; Nutt-Well 
Associates, 22,777; Office Overload, 1.6,022; Office Specialty Ltd., 28,647; Peat Marwick & Partners, 
77,236; Planning For People Ltd., 1 1,401 ; Plantown Consultants Ltd., 827,368; Polycom Systems Ltd., 



36 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

MINISTRY OF HOUSING-Continued 

13,163; Walter Sims Maintenance, 43,212; Stewart, Young & Mason Ltd., 20,837; E.J. Strachan Ltd.. 
Realtors, 24,773; Strung Real Estate Ltd., 12,315; Teela Abstracts Ltd., 10,558; Teela Market Surveys, 
20,585; Wm. Thompson, 14,755; Tosi Temporaries Ltd., 14.544; Town of Markham, 29,029; Town of 
Pickering. 100,079; Valar Real Property Appraisals, 14,462; Vercan Ltd., 11,433; Vernoy Excavating, 
12.725; Woods, Gordon & Co., 16,050; Xerox of Canada Ltd.. 54,565; -Accounts under $10,000. 
770.140. 

Less: Recoveries from Ontario Housing Corporation — North Pickering operating expenses re land 
and property acquisitions. 791,863. 

Grants. Subsidies, etc. ($15,577,110): 

Borough of East York, 2 1 0,680 ; Borough of Etobicoke, 565,996 ; Borough of North York, 373,875 ; Borough 
of Scarborough, 875,182; Borough of York, 286,911; City of Belleville, 26,000; City of Brampton, 
243,454; City of Brantford, 189,135; City of Cambridge, 205,005; City of Cornwall, 285,514; City of 
Hamilton, 1,064,285; City of Kingston, 62,342; City of Kitchener, 120,795; City of London, 89,944; 
City of Mississauga, 712,768; City of Niagara Falls. 225,888; City of Ottawa, 1,719,302; City of 
Peterborough, 172,797; City of Sarnia, 190,146; City of Sault Ste. Marie, 901,986; City of St. Catharines. 
237,099; City of Sudbury, 104,507; City of Thunder Bay, 308.820; City of Timmins, 94.285; City of 
Toronto, 1,595,086; City of Windsor, 421,388; Improvement District of Gauthier, 29,000; Improve- 
ment District of Nakina, 29,000; Moosonee Development Area Board, 30,068; Regional Municipality 
of Durham, 89,986; Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, 57,925; Regional Municipality 
of Peel, 23,900; Regional Municipality of Sudbury, 588,332; Regional Municipality of Waterloo, 
22,500; Regional Municipality of York, 18,750; Town of Ajax, 221,645; Town of Almonte, 39,792; 
Town of Blind River, 18,578; Town of Bruce Mines. 15,000; Town of Carleton Place, 11,829; Town 
of Cobalt, 16,000; Town of Cochrane, 44,875; Town of Dryden, 15,560; Town of Englehart, 31,636; 
Town of Fort Frances, 15,947; Town of Gore Bay, 14,500; Town of Gravenhurst, 50,728; Town of 
Grimsby, 52,256; Town of Haileybury, 44,544; Town of Halton Hills, 33,247; Town of Hawkesbury, 
18,173; Town of Hearst, 11,164; Town of Iroquois Falls, 52,028; Town of Keewatin, 32,764; Town 
of Kenora, 15,000; Town of Kirkland Lake. 42,123; Town of Latchford, 29,000; Town of Lincoln, 
12,100; Town of Markham, 34,500; Town of Napanee, 44,308; Town of New Liskeard, 23,000; Town 
of Newcastle, 100,000; Town of Paris, 26,390; Town of Pickering, 68,261; Town of Rainy River, 
29,364; Town of Richmond Hill, 100,050; Town of Ridgetown, 10,320; Town of Seaforth, 23,000; 
Town of Stoney Creek, 11,000; Town of Strathroy, 56,704; Town of Tecumseh, 11,185; Town of 
Thessalon, 31,804; Town of Webbwood, 29,000; Town of Whitby, 45,801; Townof Whitchurch- 
Stouffville, 35,634; Town of Wiarton, 33,612; Township of Alberton, 29,000; Township of Amabel, 
35,512; Township of Ameliasburgh, 43,048; Township of Armstrong, 15,000; Township of Assiginack, 
14,500; Township of Atikokan, 47,296; Township of Bastard & S. Burgess, 33,876; Township of 
Bayham, 10,000; Township of Black River-Matheson, 10,046; Township of Blue, 29,000; Township 
of Brethour, 29,000; Township of Brock. 14,1 13; Township of Burleigh & Anstruther, 29,000; Town- 
ship of Camden East, 19,581 ; Township of Casey, 29,000; Township of Chamberlain, 29,000; Town- 
ship of Chapleau, 41,396; Township of Chappie, 29,000; Township of Conmee, 29,000; Township 
of Dilke, 20,000; Township of E. Gwillimbury, 63,768; Township of Emo, 14,500; Township of 
Evanturel, 29,000; Township of Fauquier, 30,644; Township of Georgina, 16,000; Township of 
Glackmeyer, 17,000; Township of Gloucester, 11,197; Township of Hamilton, 54,844; Township of 
Harris, 29,000; Township of Hilliard, 29,000; Township of Larder Lake, 30,380; Township of Lindsay. 
29,000; Township of Macdonald, Meredith & Aberdeen Additional, 30,256; Township of McCrosson 
& Tovell, 25,996; Township of Medonte, 18,722; Township of Morley, 15,000; Township of N. 
Plantagenet, 17,806; Township of Nipigon, 35,152; Township of O'Connor, 29,000; Township of 
Oliver, 30,628; Township of Ops, 15,000; Township of Paipoonge, 34,112; Township of Red Lake, 
33,964; Township of Sarnia, 17,200; Township of St. Vincent, 17,500; Township of Tay, 10,913; 
Township of the Spanish River, 58,056; Township of Tiny, 47,712; Township of Winchester, 10,000; 
Township of Worthington, 29,000; Village of Bayfield, 15,000; Village of Lakefield, 33,716; Village 
of Merrick ville, 15,000; Village of Newboro. 29,000; Village of Omemee, 14,500; Village of Port 
Burwell, 29,000; Village of Port Stanley, 31,796; Village of Thornloe, 29,000; -Grants under $10,000. 
288,307. 

Loans for Regional and Municipal Public Works ($12,834,333): 

Corporation of the Regional Municipality of Halton, 8,808,333; Corporation of Township of Nepean, 
2,400,000; Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth, 1,310,000; Town of Ajax, 316,000. 

Ontario Housing Corporation ($93,412,744): 

Subsidies in the form of contribution to the Ontario Housing Corporation to finance its operation, 47, 1 1 9,829 ; 
Grants to assist in research studies concerning housing in all its aspects applicable to the Province of 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 37 

MINISTRY OF HOUSING -Continued 

Ontario by individuals or groups, 22,915; Advances for projects under the Ontario Housing Corpora- 
tion Act, 46,270,000. 

; Ontario Mortgage Corporation ($133,000,000). 

Advances to Ontario Mortgage Corporation to be disbursed in the form of primary and secondary financing 
under the HOME. Plan, The Condominium Act, 1967, and the Ontario Housing Corporation Act, 
133,000,000. 

North Pickering Community Development Project ($46,259,303): 

Advances under the Ontario Housing Corporation Act (re North Pickering Community Development 
Project), 46,259,303. 

Total Other Payments 303,649,124 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($18,000) 

Hon. S. B. Handleman April 1 to October 6, 1974 9,320 

Hon. D. R. Irvine October 7, 1974 to March 31, 1975 8,680 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary ($5,000) 

M. Scrivener 5,000 

Grants ($246,500) 

Grants to assist in the erection of housing units for elderly persons 246,500 



Summary of Expenditures 

Voted — 

Salaries and Wages 4,282,199 

Employee Benefits 292,432 

Travelling Expenses 231 ,930 

Other Payments 303,649,124 

308,455,685 



Statutory 269,500 



Total Expenditures, Ministry of Housing $308,725,185 






PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 39 

MINISTRY OF REVENUE 

Hon. Arthur K. Meen, Minister 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($45,147,797) 

D. A. Crosbie Deputy Minister 44,792 

J. W. Akeroyd, 23,586; K. G. Allman, 21,203; F. A. Axon, 27,863; E. R. Bailey, 29,574; W. J. Baxter 
21,719; R. H. Beach, 26,363; T. S. Blakelock, 23,586; J. L. Boivin, 22,955; T. G. Boyd, 29,574; P. J. Bruyea 
21,075; C. J. Calarco, 20,044; C. W. Charlton, 20,820; G. H. Chaston, 21,075; C. M. Chesney, 23,586 

F. G. Cholmondeley, 23,758; J. Clayden, 30,721; J. G. Coll, 23,586; B. Cooper, 23,586; J. R. Costello 
22,955; A. P. Cumming, 24,333; W. Donohue, 26,363; C. I. D'Souza, 26,363; B. G. Eastwood, 22,955; M. Fay 
22,955; B. J. Fraser, 26,363; C. W. Fraser, 23,586; S. Garland, 34,722; M. H. Gibson, 27,266; R. O. Gibson 
23,341; P. G. Gillis, 38,233; V. P. Giuffre, 21,699; J. C. Grover, 23,500; R. J. Guinn, 26,363; W. H. Hall 
26,363; R. E. Hedmann, 24,226; L. Heller, 20,331; V. M. Hewson, 26,363; B. M. Homer, 20,595; S. F 
Huneault, 26,363; A. S. Jackson, 20,577; W. S. Jackson, 22,955; I. G. James, 26,363; F. H. Jeffery, 20,752 

G. T. Johnston, 29,574; A. C. Keefe, 26,363; C. Kumagai, 21,930; J. W. Lettner, 34,722; J. L. Lindberg 
20,794; J. L. MacDonald, 22,955; A. N. MacKay, 30,721 ; J. K. MacTavish, 22,955; C. J. Madgett, 29,574 
R. M. Malcolm, 22,955; I. W. McClung, 25,480; M. K. McCutcheon, 30,304; G. D. McNeice, 22,955 
P. F. Meier, 20,869; G. H. Meredith, 26,363; G. A. Middaugh, 25,735; R. B. Montpetit, 21,075; J. A. Mowat 
23,017; E. V. Moxley, 24,045; W. R. Moxley, 20,929; G. J. Ogilvie, 22,955; N. J. Parker, 27,781; W. H 
Parnell, 24,045; G. W. Prowse, 21,075; J. K. Pugsley, 22,955; J. S. Purdon, 22,414; M. C. Quinn, 26,363 
R. I. Rea, 20,794; W. H. Reynolds, 23,586; R. S. Riddell, 26,363; J. E. Ross, 22,086; D. W. Rowsell, 21,885 
T. J. Ryder, 22,954; M. J. Sabourin, 23,586; W. P. Simpson, 26,538; R. Singleton, 22,955; G. R. Smith 
22,955; H. D. Smith, 21,075; W. J. Smithson, 27,266; R. E. Snodgrass, 24,120; W. E. Stanley, 27,266; F. I 
Stephens, 24,842; I. Stephenson, 34,722; S. F. Tait, 23,586; H. F. Tasker, 22,955; A. F. Thompson, 26,363 
G. L. Thompson, 24,283; L. A. Thompson, 22,720; C. H. Townsend, 27,756; P. Trenton, 20,331; P. F 
Tuer, 24,927; A. J. Van Rassel, 22,955; R. J. Varty, 20,967; R. M. Veitch, 22,955; R. C. Vendette, 22,086 
G. J. Walsh, 22,954; P. C. Watson, 21,141; R. G. Weiers, 35,775; P. L. Weingarden, 23,983; G. R. Weir 
22,955; T. A. Wilkes, 20,330; A. B. Williams, 21,075; D. E. Willis, 22,955; C. E. Winter, 23,673; J. S. Woods 
26,864; W. A. Wormington, 21,075; J. R. Yeoman, 20,367; N. Yurchuk, 30,618;-Other salaries and 
wages under $20,000, 42,382,901. 

Employee Benefits ($4,758,198) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario— re: Canada Pension Plan, 448,402; Group Insurance, 247,338; Long 
Term Income Protection Plan, 293,450; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 683,331; Public Service Super- 
annuation Fund, 2,121,276; Unemployment Insurance, 491,665. 

Workmen's Compensation Board, 18,778. 

Other Benefits— Attendance Bonus Credits, 273,666; Attendance Gratuities, 180,292. 

Travelling Expenses ($1,987,339) 

Hon. Arthur K. Meen, 4,724; D. A. Crosbie, 3,715; C. T Acco, 2,922; R. A. Ackroyd, 4,419; D. Aitken, 4,636 
C. J. Allen, 2,508; D. H. Anderson, 4,216; L. Anderson, 2,939; E. R. Bailey, 3,562; J. Barreto, 2,632; A. J 
Belanger, 5,642; N. O. Bell, 3,651 ; R. Benoit, 3,660; C. S. Bird, 2,507; E. Blundell, 2,530; J. E. L. Boivin 
6,1 12; L. Boivin, 5,421 ; R. J. Boivin, 2,624; J. M. Booth, 3,590; T. G. Boyd, 7,085; B. S. Bridgwater, 5,504 
E. M. Bristow, 3,341; W. S. Campbell, 2,895; R. D. Cannata, 4,984; D. J. Carmichael, 4,008; J. A. Collette 
3,1 10; G. R. Conners, 2,624; G. A. Constable, 5,159; D. R. Cook, 2,584; R. F. Cooper, 2,868; I. O. Correa 
3,490; C. Crawley, 3,856; P. Cutten, 3,677; W. J. Davies, 3,865; S. Denisavitch, 3,567; D. H. Donnelly 
2,783; W. M. R. Dove, 3,944; C. I. D'Souza, 2,921; J. P. Dunnill, 2,580; S. A. Elgie, 5,060; A. S. Emery 
3,386; W. E. Ewing, 2,948; K. E. Fagan, 4,456; D. R. Field, 3,821; A. T. Fitzgerald, 2,770; A. W. Ford 
2,928; W. J. Fountain, 3,345; J. A. Gillard, 3,030; P. G. Gillis, 3,783; V. P. Giuffre, 5,780; J. Glenny, 5,143 
R. M. Goody, 4,081 ; R. J. Gordon, 2,528; R. T. Greer, 3,184; W. Greig, 2,525; A. C. Gumbs, 2,682; R. N 
Hall, 3,815; P. J. Hamlin, 4,146; J. F. Hare, 4,253; K. J. Harper, 2,502; J. E. B. Harrow, 2,889; D. E. R 
Hebditch, 2,576; R. G. Herbin, 2,607; V. M. Hewson, 3,094; A. O. Hogg, 4,577; R. W. Holmquist, 2,695 
W. J. Hooper, 4,856; S. F. Huneault, 9,996; E. R. Hurdis, 2,933; J. Iwaneczko, 4,495; G. J. Jackson, 3,886 
W. S. Jackson, 2,972; T. R. Jasmins, 4,883; W. F. Jenkins, 4,762; G. T. Johnston, 6,791; M. D. Kaufman 



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MINISTRY OF REVENUE— Continued 

3.176; D. Kee. 4,466; L. S. Kirkby, 3.126; R. Kochenash, 4,642; S. W. M. Korpela, 5,050; S. Krishnan, 
3,436; L. W. Ladouceur, 6,749; E. B. Lane, 3,328; D. A. Leatherdale, 3,211; R. F. Legari, 2,789; R. P. 
Lemay, 2,862; W. J. Lettner, 4,422; J. L. Lindberg, 3,670; A. N. MacKay, 2,974; C. J. Madgett, 2,595; 
N. Maharaj, 4,202; L. A. Martin, 4,362; P. G. Masse, 3,982; E. K. Mclnnes, 6,714; D. S. Mcintosh, 4,730; 
R. E. McKowen, 3,808; W. J. McQuistin, 4,801; D. F. McStravick, 2,610; P. F. Meier, 3,647; L. W. 
Meredith, 2,628; R. C. Miller, 3,719; J. W. Mills, 5,528; G. A. Molloy, 4,081; G. A. Moore, 4,287; J. A. 
Mowat, 4,981; G. J. Ogilvie, 3,617; M. L. Perreault, 5,681; R. A. Peters, 3,648; E. G. Pigeau, 3,056; M. 
Pisnook. 6,222; W. Prest, 3,781; J. J. Primeau, 3,902; D. H. Purdon, 2,619; A. J. Riddle, 3,231; R. A. 
Robertson, 4,221; J. E. Ross, 4,600; W. J. Rourke, 3,675; H. Sabine, 2,987; R. D. Sandberg, 4,241; K. J. 
Sears, 3,822; J. E. Shaughnessy, 2,632; R. G. Shemilt, 2,701; J. A. Shepherd, 2,541 ; F. R. Shippam, 2,780; 
E. A. Simonsen, 3,912; W. P. Simpson, 6,555; R. Singleton, 3,707; G. R. Smith, 3,125; P. Smith, 2,750; 
R. A. Smith, 2,576; V. Speirs, 3,702; R. J. Speroni, 4,013; J. Stergios, 3,045; J. W. Swartz, 4,590; L. A. 
Thompson, 2,684; W. G. Tinsley, 3,557; C. R. Turnbull, 6,544; A. J. Van Rassel, 3,305; R. C. Vendette, 
4,043; F. E. W. Vuo, 3,684; G. P. Wagner, 2,959; G. J. Walsh, 3,160; T. S. Wang, 2,514; J. L. Warner, 
3,651 ; P. C. Watson, 4,536; G. R. Weir, 3,002; T A. Wilkes, 9,971 ; C. E. Winter, 5,460; I. B. Wyse, 3,898; 
J. R. Yeoman, 6,809; A. A. Zubko. 3.807; -Accounts under $2,500, 1,398,214. 



Other Payments ($68,931,083) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($8,566,830): 

Abso Blue Prints Ltd., 12,443; Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada Ltd., 1 1,624; Anthes Business Forms, 
24,951; Automated Business Forms Ltd., 36,229; Automation Centre of Ottawa Ltd.. 29.288; Avis 
Cars and Trucks, 10,015; Basic Computer Services Company, 20,827; Bell Canada (Don Mills), 
393,977; Bell Canada (Montreal), 136,146; Burroughs Business Machines Ltd., 13,474; Business 
Computer Services, 1 3,233; The Canada Systems Group (EST) Ltd., 423,014; Canadian Pacific Express 
Ltd., 1 1,499; Chubb. Mosler, and Taylor Safes Ltd.. 12,927; Computer Sciences Canada Ltd., 78,834; 
Comserve Ltd., 14,041; Control Data Canada Ltd., 12,619; The Corporation of the City of Thunder 
Bay, 11,362; Feigman and Chernos. 69,274; F. H. Hayhurst Co. Ltd., 534,757; Fine Papers Ltd., 
17,700; Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd., 84,045; Foster Advertising Co. Ltd., 41,180; Gulf 
Oil Canada Ltd., 11,630; Honeywell Ltd., 31,323; I.B.M. Canada Ltd., 348,363; Imperial Oil Ltd., 
18,41 1 ; Jarrett, Gould, and Elliott, 10,630; Jefco Ltd.. 21,291 ; Key-Corn Ltd., 72.101 ; Kodak Canada 
Ltd.. 12,914; LehndorfT Property Management Ltd.. 38.110; McLauchlan. Mohr Ltd.. 12,540; Metro 
Systems and Programming Services, 42,688; Mohawk Data Sciences Canada Ltd. (Markham). 65,352; 
Nashau Murritt Ltd., 56,960; Norman Wade Co. Ltd., 14,167; Northern Telephone Ltd.. 14,842; 
OCR. Concepts Ltd., 126,922; Office Overload (Ottawa), 18,300; Office Overload (Toronto). 72,343; 
Office Specialty Ltd., 36,349; Olivetti Canada Ltd., 60,111; Pitney-Bowes of Canada Ltd., 31,940; 
Player's Computer Canada Ltd., 25,028; Postal Promotions Ltd., 12,840; Q.S. Keypunch Service Ltd.. 
10.654; Receiver General of Canada Health and Welfare. 60.510; Receiver General of Canada 
Postage, 688,368; Shell Canada Ltd., 21,440; Systems Dimensions Ltd., 542,080; Teela Market Surveys. 
15,949; Texaco Canada Ltd., 11,223; Texaco Instruments Incorporated. 10.391; Waterous. Holden. 
Kellock, and Kent, 23,155; Xerox of Canada Ltd., 49,619; Ministry of Treasury, Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs, 24.935; Ministry of Transportation and Communication. 22,430; Ministry 
of Government Services, 2,984,197; Ministry of Financial and Commercial Affairs. 53.672; Ministry 
of Justice. 231.583; Management Board. 241,567; Accounts under $10,000, 406.443. 

Grants ($5,000): 

Institute of Municipal Assessors, 5,000. 

Other ($60,359,253): 

Guaranteed Annual Income Payments. 60.359.253. 

Total Other Payments 68.931.083 



Statutory 
Minister's Salary ($18,000) 

Hon. Arthur K. Meen 18,000 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 41 

MINISTRY OF REVENUE-Continued 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary ($27) 

Hon. Gordon Walker 27 

Deposit and Trust Accounts ($86,512) 

Retail Sales Tax-Contract Security Deposits 86,5 1 2 

Province of Ontario Savings Office ($2,241,560) 

Salaries ($1,546,994) 

Head Office 101,286 

Branch Offices- Aylmer, 50,193; Brantford, 105,196; Guelph, 54,577; Hamilton, 94,979; Hamilton East 
End, 49,274; London, 54,703; Ottawa, 78,967; Owen Sound, 51,932; Pembroke, 59,355; Seaforth, 
35,091; St. Catharines, 58,243; St. Marys, 36,277; Bay and Adelaide, 139,693; Danforth and Fenwick, 
60,497; Danforth and Woodbine, 74,644; Parliament Buildings, 172,591 ; 112 St. Clair Ave. W., 52,221 ; 
University and Dundas, 94,660; Walkerton, 41,305; Windsor, 47,231 ; Woodstock, 34,079. . .1,445,708 

Employee Benefits ($192,778): 

Employer's Contribution, re: Group Insurance Plan, 1 1,198; Canada Pension Plan, 20,336; Ontario Hospital 
Insurance Plan, 27,460; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 67,947; Unemployment Insurance, 
20,497; Long Term Income Protection, 11,121; Attendance Bonus Credits, 11,935; Attendance 
Gratuities, 22,284. 

Travelling Expenses ($8,994) 

Accounts under $2,500, 8,994. 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($492,794) 
Advertising ($11,300) 

McLauchlin, Mohr Ltd., $10,689;— Accounts under $5,000, 611. 

Miscellaneous ($104,418): 

Queen's Printer, 91,732; Personnel Services-Temporary Help. 12,686. 

Branch Office Expenses ($377,076): 

Aylmer, 7,485; Brantford, 12,243; Guelph, 12,509; Hamilton, 20,390; Hamilton East End, 1 1,480; London, 
13,291; Ottawa, 27,432; Owen Sound, 7,427; Pembroke, 16,212; Seaforth, 3,844; St. Catharines, 
11,382; St. Marys, 5,221; Bay and Adelaide, 34,771; Danforth and Fenwick, 11,706; Danforth and 
Woodbine, 14,209; (Including Alterations to Premises of 5,809); Parliament Buildings, 33,241; 112 
St. Clair Ave. West, 94,427; (Including Alterations to Premises of 66,144); University and Dundas, 
14,788; Walkerton, 3,447; Windsor, 13,518; Woodstock, 8,053. 



Summary of Expenditures 

Voted — 

Salaries and Wages 45, 147,797 

Employee Benefits 4,758,198 

Travelling Expenses 1 ,987,339 

Other Payments 68,931,083 

120,824,417 

Statutory 2,346,099 



123,170,516 
Less: Recoveries from Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations 95,361 

Total Expenditures, Ministry of Revenue $123,075,155 






PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 43 

MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND 
INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS 

Hon. W. Darcy McKeough, Minister 
Hon. J. H. White, Minister 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($12,338,988) 

A. R. Dick Deputy Minister 45,961 

D. M. Allan, 36,210; P. A. Adams, 21,594; D. A. Babalola, 20,235; G. K. Bain, 30,867; H. Banning, 33,441 

D. W. Barnes, 20,974; S. M. Batrik, 24,570; P. Beeckmans, 22,532; C. M. Beer, 22,968; G. G. Bell, 39,245 
Z. Betanski, 10,016; L. Bodnar, 23,188; V. Bozzer, 23,586; G. P. Branch, 24,180; F. A. Braybrook, 23,562 
B. N. Brown, 20,511; J. S. Brown, 26,916; L. G. Brown, 20,508; P. R. Brown, 20,955; A. T. Butler 
25,911; I. Butters, 24,471; K. D. Cameron, 22,987; W. G. Cameron, 28,659; A. G. Careless, 20,376; K 
Cheng, 30,408; J. G. Church, 20,967; K. R. Clark, 20,349; S. J. Clasky, 35,889; L. J. Close, 26,593; G. R 
Coffin, 10,281 ; L. A. Cornwall, 24,927; P. F. Cridland, 21,646; W. W. Crossley, 22,955; J. Cunningham 
20,602; R. O. Cuthbert, 27,861; D. Dallimore, 26,304; J. A. Darker, 22,757; H. L. De Koven 
20,052; A. S. Denov, 24,648; J. C. Downing, 22,757; W. B. Duffey, 30,721; V. L. Dumais, 22,720 
A. N. Dunne, 26,764; M. Dunnill, 20,508; L. R. Dupas, 21,143; J. P. Farrington, 21,350; R. N 
Farrow, 30,867; R. G. Ferguson, 27,266; N. Ferik, 22,955; G. W. Fitzpatrick, 26,285; E. M 
Fleming, 38,233; R. G. Fletcher, 26,190; R. H. Frank, 30,408; I. S. Fraser, 22,607; P. S. Fromstein 
24,227; L. D. Gagen, 23,707; A. Garfin, 23,188; H. Giese, 22,054; G. M. Gillespie, 21,869 

E. A. Gomme, 27,266; W. W. Gowing, 20,246; E. D. Greathead, 38,187; P. M. Grosbein, 21,719 

E. Grove, 22,323; D. Haronitis, 24,927; G. Harrison, 22,919; H. B. Hasson, 20,863; M. Heitshu, 25,095 
P. Hickey, 30,721 ; J. W. Hoicka, 21,737; C. P. Honey, 41,695; B. A. Hull, 22,276; R. A. Illingworth, 25,51 1 

F. Ismail, 27,833; P. Jackman, 25,065; B. Jones, 29,451 ; C. B. Jutlah, 24,672; S. I. Ker, 21,813; P. M. Klamer 
24,285; S. Koltai, 24,285; N. Kristoffy, 4,612; J. Kravis, 21,246; V. Kummar, 23,692; B. Lampert, 21,646 

G. W. Lawson, 22,202; M. D. Lawson, 24,134; L. P. Leonard, 20,093; K. F. Lethbridge, 8,764; M. B 
Levitt, 28,659; J. F. Longworth, 20,965; C. A. Louis, 24,020; B. MacFarlane, 23,347; A. W. Mackennon 
22,955; M. G. Malone, 24,037; N. E. Manara, 20,982; D. W. Maskens, 30,771; M. D. Maynard, 21,075 
G. R. McCague, 26,371 ; D. S. McColl, 33,888; E. P. McCoy, 24,927; J. N. McDiarmid, 22,203; G. Mclntyre 
38,233; W. McLeod, 22,223; D. H. McRobb, 26,258; R. W. Milne, 23,940; J. J. Morning, 20,394; A. R 
Morpurgo, 27,014; B. L. Nemethy, 20,294; A. W. Nethery, 34,721; A. W. Noseworthy, 22,955; E. F 
Nyitrai, 20,508; D. N. Omand, 37,532; G. K. Ormerod, 22,329; D. G. Peace, 21,805; S. Pekilis, 20,613 
L. Pesando, 24,750; M. E. Phillips, 20,508; J. R. Picherack, 26,168; H. M. Ploeger, 34,565; G. S. Posen 
28,411; T. R. Priddle, 24,180; R. A. Quirk, 26,953; D. E. Redgrave, 35,003; H. R. Regush, 22,687; F. A 
Reid, 24,012; K. J. Richards, 23,349; N. H. Richardson, 30,721; R. Rickover, 22,044; M. J. Robertson 
20,387; T. T. Robins, 21,273; W. E. Robson, 20,958; T. M. Russell, 41,574; H. L. Salisbury, 28,659; A. R 
Schmidt, 24,927; O. M. Schnick, 34,721; P. Shapley, 22,955; S. N. Sharma, 22,955; P. Sharp, 23,016 
M. H. Sinclair, 25,480; C. F. Schenk, 25,668; J. Singh, 22,955; B. A. Smith, 28,786; E. R. Smith, 21,348 
L. P. Smith, 21,696; K. Sowa, 20,778; P. J. Spears, 21,255; D. M. Stevenson, 44,792; D. C. Stone, 22,919 
E. H. Suichies, 30,214; G. V. Sullivan, 21,019; G. Z. Szabo, 24,927; K. W. Tar, 28,659; D. A. Taylor, 20,044 
D. F. Taylor, 38,233; D. R. Taylor, 22,496; H. W. Tennant, 23,596; Wm. Thomson, 21,699; A. Trafford 
29,229; M. D. Trewin, 27,266; D. C. Tulloch, 20,517; E. Van Snellenberg, 22,603; J. P. Venton, 31,004 
R. J. Watson, 27,863; J. Wessinger, 21,763; D. E. Wilby, 27,863; C. C. Wong, 22,955; J. W. Wouters, 20,469 
S. L. Wright, 25,496; B. Yarymowich, 20,517;-Other salaries and wages under $20,000, 8,081,325. 

Employee Benefits ($1,163,729) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario— re: Canada Pension Plan, 113,589; Group Insurance, 59,363; Long 
Term Income Protection, 76,438; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 130,164; Ontario Municipal Employees 
Retirement Fund, 6,705; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 548,685; Unemployment Insurance, 
108,652. 

Workmen's Compensation Board, 7,105. 

Other Benefits— Attendance Bonus Credits, 62,133; Attendance Gratuities, 50,895. 



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MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL 
AFFAIRS — Continued 

Travelling Expenses ($631,668) 

Hon. W. Darcy McKeough, 532; Hon. J. White, 10,221; Hon. D. R. Irvine, 918; A. R. Dick, 2,964; 
D. Allan, 3,579; O. E. Ball, 3,136; D. W. Barnes, 3,299; C. Bourdon, 3,362; K. D. Cameron, 
3,388; L. Chin, 3,876; S. J. Fulton, 2,597; E. D. Greathed, 3,227; E. Grove, 3,708; F. J. Hill, 
3,922; R. A. Illingworth, 7,645; B. J. Issac, 5,316; R. J. Jones, 4,662; Z Kassamali, 3,263; S. S. 
Kekkas, 6,928; C. A. Louis, 3,010; H. I. MacDonald, 8,873; D. K. Martin, 4,486; G. R. 
McCague, 4,051; T. W. McEachern, 2,632; S. K. Melski, 3,637; A. R. Morpurgo, 4,583;; A. K. 
Pankurst, 3,265; J. R. Picherack, 5,279; H. M. Ploeger, 3,670; D. E. Redgrave, 3,955; J. M. Reid, 
5,107; G. L. Reuber, 3,375; R. Rickover, 2,677; J. D. Rowlands, 4,529; P. Silcox, 2,781 ; D. W. Stevenson, 
3,149; D. C. Stone, 2,838; C. M. Symes-Graham, 3,100; D. Tulloch, 4,234; R. W. Warner, 2,913; G. S. 
Wilkinson, 3,341 ; B. Yarymowich, 3,391 ;-Other Accounts under $2,500, 400,179. 

Travelling Expenses not Allocated to Individuals: Co-op Cabs, 11,033; Metro Cab Company Limited, 5,391 
Ministry of Industry and Tourism, 31,271; Ministry of Natural Resources, 9,581; Toronto Transit 
Commission, 3,655; A. F. Webster and Son, 5,139. 



Other Payments ($350,564,729) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($12,413,782) 

Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada Limited, 10,895; Ainley and Associates Limited, 158,328; Bell 
Canada, 51,679; Bellona Limited, 11,644; Borden and Elliot, 18,842; Canadian Corps of Commis- 
sionaires, 12,731 ; Harry Chartrand, 1 1,132; Chrysler Canada Ltd., 23,068; Clarkson, Gordon and Co. 
23,474; Computer Sciences Canada Ltd., 249,857; Conference Board of Canada, 100,997; E. J. Cornies, 
12,307; County of Huron, 44,434; Dataline Systems Limited, 302,199; Employers Overload Company, 
13,886; Espie Printing Limited, 15,906; Estoprint Limited, 14,933; Facit-Addo Canada Ltd., 19,154; 
Fine Papers Limited, 40,339; Haldimand-Norfolk Land Acquisition, 113,000; Eric Hardy Consulting 
Limited, 26,274; Haskins and Sells Associates, 22,500; F. H. Hayhurst Co. Limited, 35,400; Howarth 
and Smith Limited, 10,760; Hunter Rose, 44,175; IBM. Canada Ltd., 138,189; Intercontinental Maps 
& Charts Limited, 36,034; Itek Business Products Ltd., 13,479; James F. MacLaren Limited, 32,174; 
J. J. Dineley Ltd., 11,872; Gordon L. Jacobs, 10,275; Ian C. Kennedy and Associates, 12,500; A. A. 
Kubursi, 12,254; Laventhol, Krekstein, Horwath & Horwath, 10,000; Liberty Displays Limited, 
23,426; M & S Printers Limited, 13,148; Management Board, 257,899; Henry B. Mayo, 17,535; 
McMillan Binch, 11,500; Ministry of Attorney General, 129,678; Ministry of Colleges and Universities, 
24,752; Ministry of Community and Social Services, 10,501; Ministry of Consumer and Commercial 
relations, 23,756; Ministry of Correctional Services, 73,749; Ministry of Environment, 1 1,781 ; Ministry 
of Government Services, 1,039,461; Ministry of Industry and Tourism, 82,946; Ministry of Natural 
Resources, 3,039,227; Ministry of Solicitor General, 245,346; Ministry of Transport and Communi- 
cations, 3,454,646; Murray V. Jones and Associates Limited, 20,033; Nagol Business Enterprises, 
31,560; Nashua Murritt, 23,674; Northumberland Area Consulting Group, 140,047; Northway Survey 
Corporation Limited, 46,280; Occasional Office Help Ltd., 11,909; Office Equipment Co. of Canada 
Limited, 17,321 ; Office Specialty, 38,443; Olivetti Canada Limited, 13,431 ; Ontario Editorial Bureau, 
1 1,799; P. D. Bureau (England), 40,845; Peat Marwick and Partners, 97,704; Peter Barnard Associates, 
22,066; Proctor & Redfern Group, 63,460; Queens University, 126,044; Receiver-General of Canada, 
110,160; Grant L. Reuber, 24,000; S.D.L., 10,386; Simcoe Georgian Consultants, 205,783; R. E. 
Sims, 27,259; Walter Rabe Smithies, 11,350; Staff Builders, 12,138; Survey Research Centre of the 
Institute for Behavioural Research Centre, 14,186; University of Ottawa, 12,000; University of Toronto, 
54,649; Urban Design Consultants, 30,500; Vernon Lang and Company Limited, 10,010; Woods, 
Gordon & Co., 17,089; Xerox of Canada Limited, 131,892;-Accounts under $10,000, 913,722. 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($320,014,648): 

Association of Municipalities of Ontario ($13,400). 

Board of Education ($76,736): 

London, 37,394; Sudbury, 13,973; Waterloo County, 25,369. 

Boroughs ($15,257,287): 

Etobicoke, 2,266,674; Scarborough, 5,174,350; York, 3,525,921; York East, 705,324; York North, 
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Bureau of Municipal Research ($25,000). 

Cities ($11 1,542,276): 

Barrie, 584,701; Belleville, 1,805,413; Brampton, 774,689; Brantford, 3,903,951; Brockville, 854,205; 
Burlington, 957,616; Cambridge, 2,078,546; Chatham, 1,690,130; Cornwall, 8,988,998; Guelph, 
1,609,541; Hamilton, 7,923,062; Kingston, 2,408,546; Kitchener, 2,564,660; London, 9,625,942; 
Mississauga, 1,465,748; Niagara Falls, 551,043; Nanticoke, 205,069; North Bay, 3,227,544; 
Orillia, 895,499; Oshawa, 1,665,628; Ottawa, 5,258,096; Owen Sound, 1,033,141; Pembroke, 
905,722; Peterborough, 2,021,808; Port Colborne, 550,924; Sarnia, 1,096,225; Sault Ste. Marie, 
5,310,488; St. Catharines, 2,231,035; St. Thomas, 1,288,164; Stratford, 1,188,108; Sudbury, 
4,827,536; Thunder Bay, 9,411,783; Timmins, 4,814,156; Toronto, 9,131,298; Vanier, 981,779; 
Waterloo, 837,743; Welland, 807,904; Windsor, 5,051,531; Woodstock, 1,014,304. 

Counties ($2,408,567): 

Brant, 23,519; Bruce, 81,660; DufTerin, 24,428; Elgin, 87,185; Essex, 248,933; Frontenac, 92,061; 
Grey, 57,256; Haliburton, 26,626; Hastings, 65,678; Huron, 38,940; Kent, 255,503; Lambton. 
223,227; Lanark, 25,902; Leeds and Grenville, 78,756; Lennox and Addington, 28,573; Middlesex, 
62,915; Northumberland, 15,726; Northumberland and Durham, 40,136; Oxford, 44,737; Perth, 
55,261; Peterborough, 72,331; Prescott and Russell, 54,516; Prince Edward, 44,117; Renfrew, 
53,785 ; Simcoe, 320,2 1 2 ; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 1 1 3, 1 06 ; Victoria, 1 20,233 ; Wellington, 
53,245. 

District Municipality of Muskoka ($65,538). 

Eighth World Congress of Sociology ($26,729). 

Essex-Kent County Flood Fund ($171,701). 

Gore and Storrie Ltd. ($16,906). 

Grand River Disaster Relief Committee ($1,952,462). 

Helmer Pederson Construction Ltd. ($18,660). 

Improvement Districts ($1,033,910): 

Balmerton, 215,800; Barclay, 16,641; Beardmore, 37,574; Bicroft, 49,701; Manitouwadge, 436,762; 
Nakina, 44,801; North Shore, 59,157; Red Rock, 69,977; Sioux Narrows, 14,365; Temagami, 
40,453; White River, 48,679. 

Institute for Research on Public Policy ($600,000). 

Intergovernmental Committee of Urban and Regional Research ($52,192). 

Marshall, Macklin, Monaghan ($10,191). 

Ministries ($345,600): 

Environment, 125,126; Industry and Tourism, 15,000; Natural Resources, 28,623; Transportation 
and Communications, 176,851. 

Moosonee Development Area Board ($347,741). 

Municipal Liaison Committee ($25,000). 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto ($16,991,153). 

Queens University ($15,000). 

Regional Municipalities ($93,241,720): 

Durham, 5,937,023; Haldimand-Norfolk, 2,279,661; Halton, 5,451,852; Hamilton-Wentworth, 
9,926,326; Metro Toronto, 25,998,902; Niagara, 8,235,891; Ottawa-Carleton, 11,872,397; Peel, 
8,196,778; Sudbury, 5,731,559; Waterloo, 5,212,661 ; York, 4,398,670. 



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St. Lawrence Parks Commission ($23,490). 

Towns ($40,184,777): 

Ajax, 333,342; Alexandria, 172,250; Alliston, 62,752; Almonte, 169,518; Amherstburg, 143,580; 
Ancaster, 381,695- Arnprior, 272,188; Aurora, 168,396; Aylmer, 161,173; Belle River,, 99,313; 
Blenheim, 1 20,69 1 ; Blind River, 155,631; Bonfield, 20,982 ; Both well, 3 1 ,443 ; Bracebridge, 1 44,995 ; 
Bradford, 121,503; Bruce Mines, 28,193; Cache Bay, 37,393; Caledonia, 348,767; Campbellford, 
157,005; Capreol, 278,334; Carleton Place, 310,009; Chesley, 59,950; Clinton, 151,650; Cobalt, 
203,472; Cobourg, 433,790; Cochrane, 339,831; Collingwood, 285,657; Deep River, 94,574; 
Desoronto, 70,569; Dresden, 116, 153; Dryden, 1,660,842; Dundas, 464,370; Dunnville, 201,994; 
Durham, 101,1 15; Englehart, 80,107; Espanola, 247,898; Essex, 218,827; Exeter, 163,883; Fergus, 
148,615; Forest, 84,240; Fort Erie, 623,207; Fort Frances, 726,706; Gananoque (Separated). 
132,029; Geraldton, 223,324; Goderich, 264,944; Gore Bay, 39,427; Gravenhurst, 142,614; 
Grimsby, 353,926; Haileybury, 369,967; Halidmand, 334,436; Halton Hills, 617,143; Hanover, 
141,442; Harriston, 106,269; Harrow, 46,447; Hawkesbury, 382,749; Hearst. 291.682; Huntsville, 
156,803; Ingersoll (Separated), 396,198; Iroquois Falls, 367,486; Kapuskasing, 754.479; Kearney, 
12,182; Keewatin, 95,290; Kemptville, 101,339; Kenora, 726,433; Kincardine, 206,959; Kingsville, 
146,725; Kirkland Lake, 1,441,718; Latchford, 24,270; Leamington. 190,533; Lincoln. 297,419; 
Lindsay, 674,701 ; Listowel, 209,325; Little Current, 64,286; Markham. 519.670; Massey, 38,703; 
Mattawa, 105,562; Meaford, 218,439; Midland, 321,329; Milton, 263.289; Mitchell, 115,384; 
Mount Forest, 104,812; Napanee, 209,329; New Liskeard, 453,949; Newcastle, 669,817; 
Newmarket, 435,244; Niagara-on-the-Lake, 120,222; Nickel Centre, 1,183,135; Oakville, 582.841 ; 
Onaping Falls, 866,827; Orangeville, 275,081 ; Palmerston, 53,648; Paris, 379,319; Parkhill, 38.018; 
Parry Sound. 210,080; Pelham, 231,612; Penetanguishene, 298,092; Perth. 311,410; Petrolia. 
251,040; Pickering, 470,324; Picton, 264,867; Port Elgin, 205,898; Port Hope, 159,460; Powassan, 
37,465; Prescott (Separated), 292,421 ; Rainy River. 55,381 ; Rayside-Balfour, 1,556,527; Renfrew. 
464,931; Richmond Hill, 115,270; Ridgetown, 108,700; Rockland, 125,468; Seaforth, 91,698; 
Simcoe, 152,979; Sioux Lookout, 226,757; Smiths Falls (Separated), 380,697; Smooth Rock Falls. 
59,148; Southampton, 79,785; St. Marys (Separated), 173,924; Stayner, 45,993; Stoney Creek, 
631,135; Strathroy, 245,373; Sturgeon Falls, 427,950; Tecumseh, 134,513; Thessalon, 73,035; 
Thronbury, 27,074; Thorold, 159,143; Tilbury, 194,221 ;Tillsonburg, 107,609; Trenton (Separated). 
873,305; Valley East, 1,348,373; Vankleek Hill, 62,539; Vaughan, 97,216; Walden, 1,014,466; 
Walkerton, 203,844; Wallace burg, 593,609; Wasaga Beach, 364,962; Webbwood, 15,267; Whitby, 
498,508; Whitchurch-Stouffville, 55,731; Wiarton, 93,869; Wingham, 129,342. 

Townships ($30,795,190): 

Adelaide, 40,980; Adjala, 21,125; Adamston, 22,153; Adolphustown. 1 1,386; Airy. 17.790; Albemarle. 
24,857; Alberton, 14,278; Aldborough, 25,530; Alfred, 62,593; Alice and Fraser. 54.545; Amabel. 
116,418; Amaranth, 19,829; Ameliasburg, 1 16,177; Anderson, 85,494; Anson, Hindonand Minden. 
55,835; Armour, 22,758; Armstrong, 66,963; Arran, 48,290; Artemesia, 30,901; Arthur, 30,055; 
Ashfield, 18,191; Asphodel, 39,470; Assiginack, 43.790; Athol, 76,139; Atikokan. 767.555; 
Atwood, 10,135; Augusta, 77,805; Bagot and Blithfield, 37,830; Baldwin, 15,804; Bangor. 
Wicklow and McClure, 27,962; Barrie, 18,683; Bastard and South Burgess, 52,271; Bathurst. 
44,670; Bayham, 74,581; Beckwith, 49,277; Bedford, 44,312; Belmont and Methuen. 47,713; 
Bentinck, 27,894; Bexley, 14,377; Billings, 47,028; Binbrook, 10,610; Black River-Matheson. 
291,910; Blandford, 26,397; Blanshard, 15,650; Blenheim, 40,807; Bonfield, 28,410; Bosanquet. 
54,021; Brant, 98,336; Brantford, 122,483; Brighton, 37,596; Brock, 225,473; Bromley, 25,735; 
Brooke, 22,510; Bruce, 13,285; Brudenell and Lyndoch, 11,589; Burford, 50,481; Burgess North. 
23,445; Burleigh and Anstruther, 22,206; Caldwell, 85,747; Caledonia, 70,557; Calvin, 18,638; 
Cambridge, 65,738; Camden, 18,377; Camden East, 71,394; Caradoc, 72,916; Carden, 10,443; 
Cardiff, 25,696; Carling, 18,064; Carlow, 11,843; Carlton West, 12,585; Carnarvon, 39,415; 
Carrick, 55,083: Casey, 10,092; Casmir, Jennings and Appleby, 56,795; Cavan, 72,396; 
Chamberlain, 11,641; Chandos, 15,516; Chapleau, 299,945; Chappie, 22,349; Charlottenburgh. 
209,646; Chatham, 64,290; Chisholm, 19,672; Clarence, 138,694; Clarendon and Miller, 17,412; 
Colborne, 24,335; Colchester North, 59,631; Colchester South, 89,278; Coleman, 46,106; 
Collingwood, 32,053; Conmee, 17,312; Cornwall, 147,018; Cosby, Mason and Martland, 73,174; 
Cramage, 24,097; Crosby North, 15,287; Crosby South, 34,480; Culross, 46.997; Cumberland. 
180,881; Dack, 11,967; Darlington, 13,496; Dawn, 14,592; Day and Bright Additional, 11,280; 
Delaware, 38,144; Delhi, 164,546; Denbigh, Abinger and Ashley, 17,510; Derby, 23,594; Dereham. 
102,864; Dorchester North, 133,91 1 ; Dorchester South, 34,130; Dorion, 27,326; Douro, 66,181 ; 
Dover, 70,959; Downie, 33,108; Drummond, 39,944; Dumbries North, 121,800; Dumbries 



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South, 46,901; Dummer, 17,787; Dungannon, 14,140; Dunwich, 56,088; Dymond, 52,165 
Dysart Et Al, 145,036; Ear Falls, 97,203; Easthope North, 21,057; Easthope South, 28,757 
Eastnor, 25,648; Edwardsburg, 80,359; Egremont, 43,923; Ekfrid, 46,233; Elderslie, 26,024 
Eldon, 27,864; Elizabethtown, 109,392; Ellice, 72,576; Elliot Lake, 1,368,801; Elma, 54,941 
Elmsley North, 26,862; Elmsley South, 29,830; Emily, 36,748; Emo, 53,334; Enniskillen, 53,958 
Ennismore, 21,953; Eramosa, 53,422; Erin, 38,935; Ernestown, 213,354; Escott Front of, 21,561 
Essa, 128,412; Euphemia, 27,242; Euphrasia, 15,151; Evanturel, 17,620; Faraday, 33,205 
Fauquier, 53,893; Fenelon, 30,556; Ferris East, 66,967; Field,*35,776; Finch, 79,207; Flamborough 
994,270; Flos, 55,256; Foley, 13,688; Fredericksburgh South, 24,305; Fredericksburgh North 
52,223; Fullarton, 39,065; Galway and Cavendish, 11,898; Garafraxa East, 13,964; Garafraxa 
West, 18,392; Georgian Bay, 51,236; Georgina, 116,984; Gillies, 11,466; Glackmeyer, 24,664 
Glamorgan, 25,349; Glanbrook, 447,839; Glenelg, 14,330; Gloucester, 1,352,482; Goderich 
53,700; Gordon, 12,258; Gosfield North, 47,704; Gosfield South, 94,189; Goulbourn, 292,200 
Gower South, 1 1 ,821 ; Grattan, 20,042; Greenock, 41 ,090; Grey, 42,748 ; Griffith and Matawatchan 
10,434; Guelph, 26,821; Gwillimbury East, 127,238; Gwillimbury West, 37,308; Hagar, 56,308 
Hagarty and Richards, 31,371; Haldimand, 41,662; Hallowell, 71,064; Hamilton, 96,333; Harley, 
11,420; Harris, 10,189; Harvey, 21,697; Harwich, 66,729; Hawkesbury East, 74,575; Hawkesbury 
West, 54,884; Hay, 21,167; Head, Clara and Maria, 10,792; Herschel, 18,861; Hibbert, 33,611; 
Hilliard, 14,179; Hillier, 35,628; Himsworth North, 43,584; Himsworth South, 19,041; Hinchin- 
brooke, 29,891; Holland, 30,473; Hope, 24,099; Horton, 32,323; Howard, 33,436; Howick, 
64,729 ; Howland, 39,9 1 3 ; Hudson, 1 1 ,637 ; Hullett, 58,367 ; Humphrey, 1 4,053 ; Hungerford, 38,710; 
Huntingdon, 27,187; Huron, 38,636; Ignace, 104,947; Innisfil, 212,054; Jaffray and Melick, 
114,843; James, 33,280; Johnson, 26,302; Kaladar, Anglsea and Effingham, 42,723; Kendrey, 
46,189; Kennebec, 22,542; Kenyon, 53,551; Keppel, 44,613; Kerns, 14,466; Kincardine, 80,748; 
King, 88,033; Kingston, 206,545; Kinloss, 37,958; Kitley, 29,504; Laird, 26,831; Lake of Bays, 
54,095; Lanark, 25,621; Lancaster, 49,614; Larder Lake, 94,414; Lavant, Dalhousie and North 
Sherbrooke, 20,759; Laxton, Digby & Longford, 12,719; Lavallee, 18,782; Leeds and Lansdowne 
Front Of, 69,636; Leeds and Landsdowne Rear Of, 48,542; Lincoln West, 156,722; Lindsay, 
88,795; Lobo, 54,829; Lochiel, 67,256; Logan, 40,930; London, 49,967; Longlac, 142,865; 
Longueuil, 30,383; Loughborough, 72,386; Luther West, 21,530; MacDonald, Meredith and 
Aberd, 48,228; Machar, 13,297; Machin, 29,526; Madoc, 28,772; Maidstone, 128,648; Malahide, 
54,838; Maiden, 71,187; Manvers, 54,946; Mara, 27,066; Marathon, 111,917; March, 22,799 
Mariposa, 75,913; Marmora and Lake, 28,028; Maryborough, 53,889; Marysburgh North, 41,650 
Marysburgh South, 17,502; Matchedash, 11,172; Matilda, 69,930; McDougall, 49,259; McGarry 
151,753; McGillivray, 15,319; McKellar, 16,760; McKillop, 29,690; McMurrich, 12,086; McNab 
70,542; Medonte, 50,388; Melancthon, 24,926; Mersea, 260,037; Metcalfe, 12,017; Michipicoten 
285,174; Minto, 72,666; Monaghan North, 12,758; Monaghan South, 20,171; Monmouth 
32,307; Mono, 23,096; Montague, 43,181; Monteagle, 16,880; Moore, 107,232; Morley, 17,800 
Mornington, 53,402; Morris, 46,009; Mountain, 72,292; Mulmur, 21,265; Murray, 125,020 
Muskoka Lakes, 117,672; Nairn, 25,733; Neebing, 10,337; Nepean, 1,329,400; Nichol, 46,536 
Nipigon, 112,405; Nipissing, 14,340; Nissouri East, 47,145; Nissouri West, 22,891; Norfolk 
271,135; Normanby, 58,478; Norwich North, 46,429; Norwich. South, 22,952; Nottawasaga 
43,090; Oakland, 29,212; O'Connor, 15,298; Olden, 19,850; Oliver, 53,221; Onondaga, 13,278 
Ops, 29,018; Orford, 12,235; Orillia, 54,308; Oro, 60,628; Osgoode, 115,648; Osnabruck, 126,248 
Oso, 33,572; Osprey, 28,275; Otonabee, 98,071 ; Owens- Williamson, 49,711 ; Oxford East, 45,055 
Oxford North, 18,509; Oxford on Rideau, 60,748; Oxford West, 41,772; Paipoonge, 72,255 
Pakenham, 34,258; Peel, 48,731; Pelee, 280,530; Pembroke, 15,155; Percy, 20,140; Perry, 58,591 
Petawawa, 41,505; Pilkington, 15,822; Pittsburg, 122,746; Plantagenet North, 76,845; Plantagenet 
South, 47,695; Plummer Additional, 28,582; Plympton, 45,520; Portland, 43,947; Prince, 15,697; 
Proton, 30,310; Puslinch, 44,584; Radcliffe, 21,007; Raglan, 12,280; Raleigh, 61,426; Rama, 17,358; 
Ramsay, 50,286; Ratter and Dunnet, 94,973; Rawdon, 41,670; Red Lake, 242,141; Richmond, 
70,431; Rideau, 223,536; Rochester, 68,421; Rolph, Buchanan, Wylie and McKay, 25,511; 
Romney, 21,214; Ross, 34,537; Roxborough, 75,190; Russell, 172,355; Rutherford and George 
Island, 21,885; Ryerson, 11,148; Salter, May and Harrow, 36,336; Sandwich South, 50,797 
Sandwich West, 325,700; Sarawak, 34,070; Sarnia, 153,507; Saugeen, 27,795; Schreiber, 100,064 
Scugog, 339,553; Seymour, 42,065; Shackleton and Machin, 25,116; Sheffield, 20,421; Sherb 
McClintock, Livingston, 25,852; Sherbrooke South, 18,375; Sherwood, Jones and Burns, 33,736 
Shuniah, 60,503; Sidney, 151,798; Smith, 77,158; Snowdon, 13,042; Sombra, 67,875; Somverville 
20,124; Sophiasburgh, 14,483; Southwold, 39,298; Springer, 49,948; St. Edmunds, 23,259 
St. Joseph, 72,885; St. Vincent, 14,428; Stafford, 81,839; Stanhope, 20,073; Stanley, 26,426 
Stephen, 73,896; Storrington, 60,019; Strong, 14,261; Sullivan, 49,810; Sunnindale, 51,306 



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Sydenham, 45,182; Tarbutt and Tarbutt Additional, 11,194; Tay, 86,288; Tecumseth, 37,598 
Tehkummah, 15,300; Terrace Bay, 83,925; Thessalon, 29,682; Thurlow, 71,154; Tilbury East 
45,1 19; Tilbury North, 46,774; Tilbury West, 62,037; Tiny, 108,023; Tosorontio, 47,388; Tucker 
smith, 56,738; Tudor and Cashel, 12,278; Turnberry, 38,700; Tyendinaga, 52,085; Usborne 
41,906; Uxbridge, 206,805; Vaughan, 70,236; Verulam, 17,658; Vespra, 34,535; Wainfleet, 122,81 1 
Wallace, 56,999; Warwick, 34,330; Wawanosh East, 19,469; Wawanosh West, 36,595; Wellesley 
145,938; West Charleton, 162,079; Westmeath, 62,240; Westminster, 54,752; Wicksteed. 99,192 
Wilberforce, 23,945; Williams East, 13,717; Williams West, 34,081; Williamsburg, 64,375 
Wilmot, 251,233; Winchester, 71,995; Wolfe Island, 26,064; Wolford, 17,420; Wollaston, 15.757 
Woolwich, 213,113; Yarmouth, 64,796; Yonge and Escott, Rear of, 20,278; Yonge, Front of, 
30,914; Zone, 14,024; Zorra East, 58,909; Zorra West, 16,210. 

Villages ($4,773,422): 

Ailsa Craig, 20,895; Alfred, 36,700; Alvinston, 16,887; Arthur, 45,423; Athens, 32,202; Bancroft, 
88,609; Barrys Bay, 41,446; Bath, 26,773; Bayfield, 12,548; Beachburg, 13,524; Beachville, 15,312; 
Beeton, 39,281 ; Belmont, 16,048; Bloomfield, 1 5,554; Blyth, 22,989; Bobcaygeon, 14,701 ; Brighton, 
104,085; Brussels, 21,819; Burks Falls, 21,678; Cardinal, 58,757; Casselman, 34,757; Chalk River, 
22,814; Chesterville, 70,470; Clifford, 21,753; Cobden, 34,629; Colborne, 46,061; Coldwater, 
20,782; Cookstown, 24,846; Courtright, 16,507; Creemore, 27,756; Drayton, 19,119; Dundalk, 
38,912; Dutton, 29,407; Eganville, 42,269; Elmvale, 41,014; Elora, 67,815; Embro, 14,096; 
Erieau, 17,840; Erin, 35,223; Fenelon Falls, 48,712; Finch, 12,903; Flesherton, 1 1,750; Frankford, 
57,891 ; Glencoe, 68,944; Grand Bend, 18,636; Grand Valley, 68,186; Hastings, 43,614; Havelock, 
47,524; Hensall, 29,841; Hilton Beach, 10,198; Iron Bridge, 22,234; Iroquois, 11,624; Killaloe 
Station, 14,767; L'Original, 33,359; Lakefield, 81,091; Lanark, 21,293; Lancaster, 53,527; Lions 
Head, 23,320; Lucan, 49,786; Lucknow, 26,724; Madoc, 44,879; Markdale, 50,130; Marmora, 
53,756; Maxville, 24,486; Merrickville, 28,101; Mildmay, 21,001; Millbrook, 25,338; Milverton, 
60,607; Morrisburg, 50,052; Neustadt, 13,289; Norwich, 70,697; Norwood, 41,541; Oil Springs, 
15,236; Omemee, 24,006; Paisley, 24,719; Petawawa, 1 15,424; Plantagenet, 31,777; Point Edward. 
80,041; Port Burwell, 227,147; Port McNicoll, 41,059; Port Stanley, 54,575; Ripley, 11,811; 
Rockville Park, 12,711; Rodney, 23,611; Rosseau, 12,488; Shelburne, 100,875; South River, 
26,164; Springfield, 13,746; St. Clair Beach, 33,665; St. Isodore De Prescott, 23,267; Stirling, 41 ,004; 
Sundridge, 15,198; Tara, 24,007; Tavistock, 55,590; Teeswater, 22,550; Thamesville, 28,464; 
Thedford, 20,637; Tiverton, 14,001; Tottenham, 70,499; Tweed, 76,720; Victoria Harbour, 
37,042; Watford, 62,118; Wellington, 28,192; West Lome, 22,414; Westport, 16,097; Wheatley. 
43,773; Winchester, 52,324; Woodville, 10,540; Wyoming, 55,634; Zurich, 22,377;-Other 
Accounts under $10,000, 650,817. 

Loans ($18,136,299): 
Boroughs: 

Etobicoke, 3,229,896; Scarborough, 33,760; York, 15,134; York East, 36,843; York North, 72,067. 

Cities: 

Brampton, 244,767; Burlington, 530,646; London, 1,633,800; Mississauga, 16,479; Niagara Falls. 
401,050; Oshawa, 1,017,514; Ottawa, 25,233; St. Thomas, 337,459; Toronto, 88,700; Vanier, 
15,000; Windsor, 20,137. 

County: 

Oxford, 45,000. 

Improvement Districts: 

Sioux Narrows, 42,500; Temagami, 65,000. 

Regional Municipalities: 

Niagara, 463,997; Durham, 10,222; Halton, 66,000; Hamilton-Wentworth, 13,500; Peel, 317,166; 
Waterloo, 64,594. 

Towns: 

Almonte, 70,000; Amherstburg, 129,000; Bracebridge, 150,000; Bruce Mines, 80,000; Chesley, 200,000; 
Cobourg, 608,695 ; Deseronto, 1 12,500; Fort Frances, 100,000; Gravenhurst, 196,841 ; Kapuskasing. 
137,608; Kingsville, 86,281 ; Kirkland Lake, 170,566; Massey, 171,000; Meaford, 15,150; Midland, 
90,925; Milton, 495,450; Mitchell, 255,000; New Liskeard, 75,000; Niagara-on-the Lake, 11,092; 



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Orangeville, 35,000; Palmerston, 65,000; Paris, 107,726; Penetanguishene, 100,000; Petrolia, 
64,725; Port Hope, 774,400; Valley East, 350,000; Vankleek Hill, 60,000; Wallaceburg, 175,000. 

Townships: 

Amabel, 110,000; Armstrong, 50,000; Augusta, 37,500; Belmont and Methuen, 17,174; Black River- 
Matheson, 14,778; Brock, 36,889; Collingwood, 116,826; Ear Falls, 137,500; Glanbrook, 130,000; 
Gosfield South, 128,500; Hamilton, 51,478; Hay, 11,300; Howick, 250,000; Humphrey, 200,000; 
Lincoln West, 75,000; Maidstone, 11,300; Maiden, 53,300; March, 234,000; Mersea, 25,500; 
Monmouth, 75,000; Moore, 285,000; Muskoka Lakes, 37,500; Nairn, 100,000; Ops, 120,000; 
Owens Williamson, 30,000; Pakenham, 19,724; Radcliffe, 37,500; Rideau, 210,000; Rochester, 
18,400; Russell, 35,000; Sherwood, Jones and Burns, 18,750; Sombra, 70,015; Sophiasburgh, 
12,500; Westminster, 10,970; Wilmot, 65,403; Zorra, 93,750. 

Villages: 

Barrys Bay, 1 0,000 ; Burko Falls, 79,887 ; Dundalk, 65,000 ; Glencoe, 2 1 ,000 ; Havelock, 1 7, 1 74 ; Iroquois, 
26,219; Lucknow, 75,000; Markdale, 227,500; Morrisburg, 70,000; Petawawa, 190,000; South 
River, 66,000; Sundridge, 39,800; Victoria Harbour, 200,000; Wheatley, 179,250; Wyoming, 
41,000; Zurich, 41,625;-Payments under $10,000, 162,864. 

Total Other Payments 350,564,729 

Statutory ($1,572,700,199) 

Minister's Salary ($17,981) 

Hon. W. Darcy McKeough, January 14, 1975 to March 31, 1975 3,797 

Hon. J. H. White, April 1, 1974 to January 13, 1975 14,184 

Parliamentary Assistants' Salaries ($1,096) 

Hon. R. B. Beckett, January 15, 1974 to March 31, 1975 1,077 

Hon. D. R. Irvine, February 15, 1974 19 

The Whirlpool Rapids Bridge Act, 1967 ($36,000) 

City of Niagara Falls 36,000 

The Lewiston-Queenston Bridge Act, 1967 ($20,000) 
Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake 20,000 

The District Municipality of Muskoka Act, 1967 ($218,547) 

M. A. Tibbet, 18,547; District Municipality of Muskoka, 200,000 218,547 

The Regional Municipality of York Act ($20,346) 

G. E. Wright 20,346 

The Regional Municipality of Sudbury Act, 1972 ($76,307) 
D. J. Collins, 38,513; Lou Sage, 27,794 76,307 

The Regional Municipality of Waterloo Act, 1972 ($32,614) 

J. A. Young 32,614 



50 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL 
AFF AI RS — Continued 

The Regional Municipality of Durham Act, 1973 ($38,189) 

Walter Beath 31,947 

Other Expenses— Accounts under $10,000 6,242 

The Regional Municipality of Halton Act, 1973 ($31,837) 

Allan Masson 31,837 

The Regional Municipality of Peel Act, 1973 ($32,652) 

Louis H. Parson 32,652 

The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- Went worth Act, 1973 ($36,634) 

Anne M. Jones 36,634 






The Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk Act, 1973 ($72,331) 
Other Expenses— Accounts under $10,000 49,617 



John F. McCoombs 22,714 



The County of Oxford Act, 1974 ($118,428) 

Travelling Expenses— Accounts under $2,500 450 

Other Expenses: 

James F. MacLaren Limited, 33,352; Brian Turnbull & Associates Ltd., 29,099; City of Woodstock, 12,289; 
—Other Accounts under $10,000, 43,238. 



LOANS AND ADVANCES 

The Ontario Land Corporation Act ($320,100,000) 

The Ontario Land Corporation 320,100,000 

Ontario Hydro ($375,000,000) 

Ontario Hydro (Secured Advance) 375,000,000 

The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation Act ($87,370,000) 
The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation 87,370,000 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation Act ($7,227,000) 
The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation 7,227,000 

The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation Act ($38,069,013) 

The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation 38,069,013 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 51 

MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL 
AFFAIRS— Continued 

Ontario Lottery Corporation ($300,000) 

Ontario Lottery Corporation 300,000 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario Act ($3,500,000) 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario 3,500,000 

Ontario Northland Transportation Commission ($7,000,000) 

Ontario Northland Transportation Commission 7,000,000 

PENSION FUNDS 

Public Service Superannuation Fund 

Allowances, Lump Sum Payments, Refunds, etc. ($42,281,435) 

Allowances: Superannuates, Beneficiaries and Annuitants 30,840,804 

Refunds under Section 17 8,190,205 

Payments under Section 18 1 ,901 ,8 1 2 • 

Payments under Section 19 34,160 

Payments under Section 20 29,694 

Transferred under Section 26 (6) 1 14,940 

Transferred under Section 28 1,169,820 

11,440,631 

42,281,435 

Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Account 

Allowances ($277,249) 

Sundry Persons 277,249 



DEPOSIT AND TRUST ACCOUNTS 
Queen Elizabeth II Ontario Scholarship Fund (Income Account) ($23,631) 

Sundry Students' Scholarships 23,63 1 

The Real Estate and Business Brokers Act ($16,000) 

Payments of proceeds of surety bonds to claimants 1 6,000 

The Motor Vehicle Dealers Act ($40,000) 

Payments of proceeds of surety bonds to claimants 40,000 

The Consumer Protection Act ($50,000) 

Sundry persons 50,000 



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MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL 

AFFAIRS— Continued 

The Canadian Trotting Association ($63) 

Sundry persons 63 

The Private Investigators and Security Guards Act ($6,874) 

Payment of proceeds of surety bonds to claimants 6,874 

Unclaimed Fully Registered Bond Interest ($5,601) 

Sundry persons 5,601 

Unclaimed Monies ($5,695) 

Sundry persons 5,695 

Refunds ($2,463,174) 

Contract Security Deposits: 

Transportation and Communications 16,245 

Natural Resources 4,000 

20,245 

Outstanding cheques 298,239 

The Fund for Milk and Cream Producers 35,545 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario— deposit account 7,639 

Government Services — payroll deductions 164 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company Sinking Fund 2,100,000 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company Unclaimed Coupon Account 1,342 

PUBLIC DEBT EXPENDITURE ($688,211,502) 

Interest on Securities Issued 

Canada Pension Plan Investment Fund 281,052,440 

Provincial Issues to Public 80,267,787 

The Municipal Works Assistance Act 4,085,741 

Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation 2,923,178 

Federal-Provincial Employment Loans 808,105 

Federal-Provincial Special Development Loans 301,741 

369,438,992 

On behalf of Ontario Hydro 97,622,688 

To Teachers' Superannuation Fund 85,436,700 

To Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement Fund 39,250,570 

59 1 ,748,950 

Interest on Public Service Superannuation Fund 48,370,561 

Interest on Savings Office Deposits 18,165,132 

Other Interest, Exchange, Discount and Commission 

Bank Overdrafts 390,3 1 7 

Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Account 105,754 

Interest on Deposit, Trust and Reserve Accounts 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund 2,565,428 

Ministry of Environment — Debt Retirement Account 1,481,976 

Ministry of Environment — Reserve Account 419,804 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company Sinking 

Fund Deposits 132,134 

Ontario Food Terminal Board Sinking Fund 126,955 

Pits and Quarries Control Act 77,419 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 53 

MINISTRY OF TREASURY, ECONOMICS AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL 
AFFAIRS— Continued 

Personal Property Assurance Fund 48,720 

Bequests and Scholarships 44,531 

Queen Elizabeth II Ontario Scholarship Fund 25,000 

Fund for Milk and Cream Producers 13,361 

Tile Drainage 5,782 

McMichael Canadian Collection of Art 5,514 

Shoreline Property Assistance Programme 1,034 

Ontario Heritage Foundation 195 

Crop Insurance Fund Investment Deposits 67 

Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement Fund 5,090,81 1 

Discount on Treasury Bills 228,930 

Federal-Provincial Winter Capital Works 96,474 

General Administration Expenses 69,684 

Foreign Exchange 10,052,627 

Commission 209,926 

Accrued Interest on Issue of Debentures 1 ,566,316 

Accrued Interest on Purchase of Marketable Securities 7,168,100 

29,926,859 



688,211,502 



Summary of Expenditures 

Voted — 

Salaries and Wages 1 2,338,988 

Employee Benefits 1,163,729 

Travelling Expenses 631 ,668 

Other Payments 350,564,729 

364,699,114 

Statutory 1,572,700,199 

Total Expenditures, Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs $1,937,399,313 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 55 

JUSTICE POLICY 

Hon. John T. Clement, Minister 

Details of Expenditures 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($190,499) 

D. Sinclair Deputy Provincial Secretary 6,694 

C. E. Brannan Deputy Provincial Secretary 39,093 

A. R. Dick Deputy Provincial Secretary 2,153 

J. A. Sarjeant, 24,091 ;— Other salaries and wages under $20,000, 1 18,468. 

Employee Benefits ($37,414) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario— re: Canada Pension Plan, 1,588; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 

11,132; Unemployment Insurance, 1,499; Group Insurance, 3,800. 
Other Payments: Attendance Bonus Credits, 821 ; Attendance Gratuity, 1 8,498 ; Transfers from other Ministries, 

76. 

Travelling Expenses ($8,011) 

Hon. R. Welch, 1,272; J. Turner, 55; A. R. Dick, 26; C. E. Brannan, 1,384; D. Sinclair, 470;-Other accounts 
'under $2,500, 4,804. 

Other Payments ($53,411) 

Ministry of Government Services, 13,475;— Other accounts under $10,000, 39,936. 

Statutory 
Parliamentary Assistant ($2,288) 

J. M. Turner 2,288 



Summary of Expenditures 

Voted— 

Salaries and Wages 190,499 

Employee Benefits 37,414 

Travelling Expenses 8,01 1 

Other Payments 53,41 1 

289,335 

Statutory 2,288 



Total Expenditure, Justice Policy $291 ,623 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 57 

MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL 

Hon. R S. Welch, Minister 
Hon. J. T. Clement, Minister 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($45,350,093) 

F. W. Callaghan Deputy Minister 48.113 

J. L. Addison, 33.884; W. B. Affleck, 32,577; W C. Alcombrack. 41.574; B. B. Alexander. 32,577; J. S. Alexander. 
23,726; A. S. Allan, 24,285; P. J. Ambrose, 23,909; W. R. Anderson, 30.440; H. T. Andrews. 37.372 
K C. Andrews, 23.586; J. W. Anjo. 33,884; L. J. Applegath, 26,609; L. E. Archdekin, 36.586; F E 
Armstrong, 27,506; J. M. Arnold. 24.253; A. H. Arrell, 35,889; F. J. Arthur, 29,485; W. A. Atkinson. 22.955 
W. D. August, 33,884; M. W. Babe, 33.884; W. J. Babe, 27.533; P. E. Baker. 33.884; A. B. Ball. 34,117 

F. R. Barnum, 31,994; R. B. Batten. 33,884; R B. Baxter, 34,880; R D. Baxter. 30,593; J. E. Beatty. 26.609 
L. A. Beaulieu. 33.884; J. P. Beaulne. 33.884; T. R. Begora. 33.884; A. J. Belisle. 22.955; J. W. Bell. 30.440 
R. T. Bennett. 33.884; D. Bernstein. 32.577; J. E. Betzner. 23.576; D. G. Bice. 33.884; F. G. Blake. 35.889 
R. Blomsma, 20.804; R. E. Bogusky. 33.884; G. F Bonnycastle. 32,577; C Borda. 30.440; C. E. Boyd 
33.884; W. W. Bradley. 22,578; P. M. Brooks, 34.413; D. W. Brown. 21,984; J. N. Buchanan. 24,285 
R. L. Budgell, 33.884; L. M. Budzinsky. 20.505; J. R Burns. 21.779; J. W Burridge. 33.232; D W 
Burtnick. 24,903; E. C. Burton, 32.577; S. A. Caldbick. 32.564; W. L. Camblin. 33.884; A. G. Campbell 
30.404; D. A. Campbell. 23.581; G C. Campbell. 23,576; C. J. Cannon. 33.884; W H. Carleton. 26.876 

E. H. Carson, 33.884; R. I. Cartwright. 27.979; J. Cassells. 32.577; J. J. Cavarzan. 24.238; L. P. Cecile. 33.884 
R. F. Chaloner. 32.577; M. A. Charles, 33.884; K. L. Chasse. 26.582; N M. Chorney. 1 1,226; G. C. Chown 
35,998; P. Chumak, 23.542; N Chyz, 22.955; E. Ciemiega. 31.515; R. D Clarke, 26.064; R. N Clarke 
22.955; J. L. Clendenning. 33.884; M. J Cloney. 33.884; G. E. Cloutier. 29.603; W. G. Cochrane. 29.603 
S. Colbourne. 35.889; L. T. Collins. 33.884; E F. Conover. 23.576; R. G. Cooper. 24.473; R. W. Cooper 
4.686; R. A. Copeland. 30.440; R. A. Cormack. 24.285; J. P. Coulson. 24.555; W. M. Courtney. 30.470 
C. Creighton. 26.068; W. W. Creighton, 33.884; J. Crossland, 32.469; D. R. David. 20.812; A. J. Davidson 
30,440; A. W. Davidson. 33,884; G. H. Davies. 35.998; J. A. Deacon. 33.884; L. G. Dekoning. 30.440 

G. A. Deline. 25.963; J. A. Desommer. 24.285; C. B. Devlin. 26.609; J. S. Dietrich. 24.521 ; R. B. Dnieper 
33.884; T. L. Docherty. 33,884; D B. Dodds, 33.884; W. B Donaldson, 23,726; E. J. Drimmel. 22.955 
W. D. Drinkwalter, 30,404; C. Drukarsh. 33.884; E. A Duchesne. 32.577; W. M. Duggan. 25,805; J. C 
Dunlap, 34,880; G. W. Dunn. 30.440; W L. Durham. 33,884; J. C. Duthie, 34,880; W. C. Dymond. 23.600 
C. G. Ebers. 20.661 ; N H. Edmondson. 23.458; F. T. Egener. 33.884; W A. Ehgoetz. 33.884; D. T. Elliott 
24.276; J. J. Evans. 33.884; F. A. Evis. 38.079; J. A. Fader. 28.916; R. H. Fair. 33.884; L. S. Fairbairn 
28.989; E. A. Fairbanks. 33.884; A. Falzetta. 34.880; J. P. Felstiner. 33.884; E. S. Ferguson. 35.998; J. M 
Ferron. 30,440; F. S. Fisher. 33.884; R H. Fitzgerald. 20.351 ; W. F. Fitzgerald. 33.884; M. J. Fitzpatrick 
33.884; J. C. Fleming. 22.578; G. W. Ford. 35.889; H. D. Foster. 33.884; A. Fowler. 33.884; W. H. Fox 
33.884; T. E. Foy. 23.833; I Freedman. 23.641; A. D. From. 24.276; N. D. Gaetz, 28,916; C. H. Gage 
26,609; F. F. Gallant. 27.205; G. W. Gardhouse. 33.884; J. M. Gardner, 33,884; W. S. Gardner. 33.884 
H. W. Gauthier. 33.884; E. A. Gelinas. 26.886; E. W. Geller. 21.074; M. Genest. 33.884; E. C. Gerhart 
26.609; R. S. Gibson. 22.414; E. N. Gilbert. 24,021; M J. Girard. 33,884; W F. Golden. 33.884; G A 
Goldrich. 23,576; L H. Goodwin, 32,577; J. B. Gorman, 20.893; M. J. Gough, 24.656; G. Y. Goulard 
23.458; D. Grader. 24.285; D. F. Graham. 33.884; R. J. Graham, 33,884; T. D. Graham. 22.689; B. Grant 
23.049; R. M. Grant. 35.889; P. Gravely. 33.884; J. D. Greco. 33.884; F. J. Greenwood, 32.577; F S 
Gregory, 33.884; R. G. Groom, 20.700; C. W. Guest, 33,884; G. A. Guthrie. 21.268; R. H. Habbeshaw 
22.955; E. G. Hachborn. 30,440; R. H. Hall. 29.219; H D. Hallett, 33.884; R. J. Hamilton. 33.884; P 
Hamlyn. 33.884; G. J. Hamra. 26.609; S. Hardyal, 25.981 ; R. G. Hasenclever, 23.567; M. C. Hay. 33.884 

F. C. Hayes. 37.372; H. G. Hays. 33,884; R. J. Henderson, 21,598; R. L. Hendrie. 22,771 ; L. A. Henriksen 
33.884; E M. Henry. 33,309; P. A. Hess. 29,094; G. C. Hewson, 24,333; J. D. Hilton. 41,574; R. K Hirtle 
22,184; A. C. Hoad. 22,955; G M. Hobart, 21,886; G. R. Hodgson, 22,955; F M. Hoffman. 23.726; F. L 
Hogg. 24.285; K. A. Hoilett. 24.703; G. D. Holder, 21,515; R. J. Houlahan, 23.624; J. E. Howell. 26.609 
H. R. Howitt. 33.884; R. E. Hughes. 21.379; H. B. Hunter. 33.884; R. B. Hutton. 33.884; D. R. Inch. 33.884 
R. M Innes. 20.843; G. F. Inrig. 33.884; M. B. Jackson. 22.770; R. C. Jackson. 33.884; D. Jamieson 
35.889; D W. Johnson, 30,076; B. Johnston. 21.636; W. W. Johnston. 23,334; E. H. Kasdan, 22,955 
F. J. Keenan, 26.609; T. R. Kelly. 22.955; E W. Kenrick. 33,884; J. P Kerr, 29,450; M. F. Khoorshed 
23,597; J H Kirkpatrick, 34.880; A O. Klein. 34,532; R. Lalande, 24,631; J. A. Lambier. 26.609; H H 
Lancaster. 35.889; H. Landis, 32,577; T W. Lane, 22,955; A. M. Lang. 24.415; K. M. Langdon. 33.884 
W. H. Langdon, 32,577; D. V. Latimer, 33,884; L. Latulippe, 23,549; J. W. Laughlin, 20.719; H. A. Leal 



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MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL-Continued 

41,574; M. Leger, 33,884; S. G. Leggett, 31,428; P. J. LeSage, 36,594; E. H. Levenspil, 22,955; F. A. Levis, 
24,285; R. H. Lewis, 24,285; J. B. Lind, 23,586; M. A. Lindsay, 26,336; W. T. Little, 37,402; L. A. Lizzi, 
27,513; L. A. Low, 23,045; F. A. Luet, 21,713; R. B. Lundy, 26,287; J. L. Lunney, 33,884; J. A. MacDonald, 
22,414; W. A. MacDonald, 33,884; D. R. Maclntyre, 20,889; M. V. MacLean, 22,736; D. D. MacRae, 
30,440; J. H. Madden, 22,955; G. E. Madill, 23,576; F. J. Maher, 33,309; A. N. Majaina, 24,285; M. C. 
Maloney, 33,884; M. Manning, 33,881; A. J. Marck, 33,884; G. P. Marriott, 21,886; G. G. Marshman, 
33,884; M. E. Martin, 32,577; G. R. Matte, 20,200; N. G. Matusiak, 29,450; V. F. McAuley, 26,609; 
S. A. McBride, 21 ,894; S. M. McBride, 30,440; W. C. McBride, 30,440; L. McCaffrey, 24,674; C. J. McCombe, 
23,419; J. A. McConaghy, 21,886; G. H. McConnell, 33,884; J. F. McCormick, 33,884; A. L. McCrae, 
35,889; M. N. McCrank, 20,067; H. F. McCulloch, 38,471; R. E. McCullough, 22,321; R. A. McFarland, 
21,053; D. S. McGarry, 24,285; R. B. McGee, 27,506; L. J. McGuigan, 28,112; R. M. McGuire, 38,386; 

A. B. Mcllmoyle, 26,609; B. Mclntyre, 23,704; D. A. McKenzie, 30,440; J. R. McKnight, 33,884; A. A. 
McLean, 33,884; D. G. McLean, 21,456; A. D. McLennan, 33,884; R. M. McLeod, 31,818; B. W. 
McLoughlin, 28,662; F. J. McMahon, 33,884; J. L. McMahon, 22,414; J. P. McMahon, 33,884; J. C. 
McMurchy, 24,285 ; H. W. McNeill, 33,884; W. D. McVannel, 25,981 ; J. R. Meagher, 23,542; C. J. Meinhardt, 
31,428; G. E. Michel, 33,884; J. P. Michel, 33,884; D. W. Middleton, 21,886; R. P. Milligan, 34,349; O. M. 
Mitchell, 30,721; R. B. Mitchell, 33,884; T. M. Moore, 33,884; C. J. Morrison, 23,458; C. W. Morrison, 
33,884; D. F. Morrison, 30,440; K. E. Morrison, 24,285; W. J. Morrison, 32,577; W. R. Morrison, 33,884; 
H. F. Morton, 22,947; M. D. Morton, 33,884; M. D. Moscoe, 22,955; F. R. Moskoff, 23,732; J. N. Mulcahy, 
30,440; J. N. Mulvaney, 29,763; D. W. Mundell, 34,037; J. E. Murphy, 32,577; N. J. Nadeau, 33,884; 
J. D. Nadelle, 24,285; S. E. Neundorf, 26,432; A. E. Newall, 33,884; B. Newell, 23,135; M. W. Newell, 
21,120; W. A. Newell, 30,440; C. J. Newton, 32,577; Q. L. Nighswander, 33,884; S. J. Nottingham, 33,884; 
W. J. Obelnycki, 24,781; C. M. Olchowski, 20,581; F. W. Olmstead, 33,884; C. P. Opper, 33,884; D. R. 
Orazietti, 22,736; J. D. Ord, 33,884; L. H. Owen, 20,863; D. G. Page, 29,603; W. H. Palmer, 44,792; W. J. 
Parker, 22,955; K. Parkinson, 22,179; N. Pasic, 24,261; G. A. Paterson, 26,609; R. G. Pearse, 33,884; 
R. J. Penfound, 25,666; C. E. Perkins, 33,884; L. W. Perry, 30,440; W. E. Peters, 24,781 ; H. D. Peterson, 
20,700; M. M. Phipps, 20,965; J. Polika, 27,830; H. O. Polk, 23,576; E. M. Pollock, 38,233; G. T. Pongor, 
25,197; F. J. Porter, 20,400; H. R. Poultney, 34,694; C. M. Powell, 39,247; E. K. Pukacz, 38,233; K. A. 
Rae, 27,595; E. H. Reed, 21,886; J. M. Reid, 27,774; R. D. Reilly, 22,554; H. A. Rice, 33,884; D. L. 
Richardson, 22,955; J. P. Rickaby, 35,905; H. B. Ridout, 23,576; R. N. Rintoul, 27,031; J. M. Ritchie, 
25,318; J. P. Robarts, 22,078; J. L. Roberts, 34,880; S. C. Roblin, 20,935; A. F. Rodger, 34,694; S. R. 
Roebuck, 33,884; A. H. Root, 32,858; D. W. Rose, 30,440; O. J. Ross, 22,955; W. E. Ross, 33,884; 
G. F. Runciman, 33,884; A. A. Russell, 5,366; D. Rutherford, 29,094; B. T. Ryan, 33,884; J. E. Sampson. 
32,577; C. Sanderson, 21,772; W. M. Saranchuk, 26,609; F. A. Sargent, 27,368; G. C. Saunders, 30,440; 
H. J. Sauve, 23,352; A. R. Sawh, 24,253; A. G. Schmitt, 20,948; E. W. Scott, 24,285; R. A. Scott, 34,187; 
C. Scullion, 23,779; D. G. Searle, 21,641 ; J. M. Seneshen, 33,884; J. Shantora, 29,094; W. S. Sharpe, 33,884; 
R. D. Sheehy, 29,763; L. A. Sherwood, 34,279; W. T. Shrives, 35,889; W. Shub, 35,889; E. H. Silk, 35,889; 
G. Simpson, 21,998; S. J. Sinica, 22,955; R. J. Sirman, 23,564; H. J. Slater, 33,884; R. H. Sloan, 23,576; 

B. E. Smith, 35,889; D. C. Smith, 33,884; J. C. Smith, 26,609; M. S. Smith, 26,609; R. P. Smith. 23,999; 
J. Solymos, 25,588; S. S. Speigel, 35,889; P. J. Speyer, 23,945; H. V. Spong, 20,484; D. M. Steinberg. 
33,884, G. R. Stewart, 34,880; H. E. Stewart, 32,717; A. Stone, 34,363; G. A. Stoodley, 32,655; K. W. 
Stubington, 24,285; T. R. Swabey, 34,486; K. A. Swanson, 22,736; G. R. Sweeny, 33,884; G. A. Taggart. 
23,586; J. D. Takach, 29,094; A. R. Taylor, 22,955; E. G. Tennant, 22,955; E. F. Then, 22,584; A. B. 
Thompson, 25,163; B. C. Thompson, 33,884; B. E. Thompson, 33,884; W. H. Thompson, 35,889; G. M. 
Thomson, 33,884; T. D. Thomson, 22,414; D. H. Thornton, 20,839; S. G. Tinker, 33,884; J. A. Treleaven, 
29,312; W. J. Tuchtie, 34,880; A. S. Tucker, 26,336; D. V. Vale, 22,414; J. L. Vamplew, 30,440; J. E. Van 
Duzer, 33,884; D. Vanek, 33,884; C. Waisberg, 33,884; J. D. Walker, 30,244; R. J. Walmsley, 33,884; 
K. Wang, 33,884; S. A. Ward, 32,577; C. Warner, 20,508; E. C. Washington, 24,285; J. D. Watt, 22,584; 
H. W. Webster, 20,425; K. M. Weiler, 23,498; J. Weisdorf, 26,609; R. N. Wessels, 22,955; W. J. Wheelton, 
33,884; D. M. White, 20,244; P. D. White, 33,884; T. H. Wickett, 25,330; W. K. Wijesinha, 27,533; P. J. 
Wilch, 33,884; G. L. Wilcox, 20,026; P. J. Wiley, 22,955; H. D. Wilkins, 35,839; D. R. Wilkinson, 21,345; 
F. N. Williams, 22,827; H. G. Williams, 33,884; J. H. Woron, 25,842; B. P. Wright, 37,969; G. G. Wynn. 
26,609; C. Wysocki, 26,609; J. S. Yoerger, 38,233; B. J. Young, 21,074; G. L. Young, 33,884; R. Yurkow, 
24,285; E. Zapf, 23,586; A. Zuraw, 24,261 ;-Other salaries and wages under $20,000, 34,010,812. 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries — re: Seconded Common Legal Services, 2,641,580. 
Plus: Transfer of Seconded Common Legal Services Surplus to Revenue, 22,194. 

Employee Benefits ($4,390,373) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 461,184; Group Life Insurance, 240,274; 
Long Term Income Protection, 277,462; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 543,114; Public Service 
Superannuation Fund, 2,126,306; Unemployment Insurance, 464,341. 



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MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL-Continued 

Workmen's Compensation Board, 15,799. 

Other Benefits— Attendance Bonus Credits, 230,077; Attendance Gratuities, 262,477; Death Benefits, 18,959. 
Less: Recoveries from other Ministries— re: Seconded Common Legal Services, 254,903. 
Plus: Transfer of Seconded Common Legal Services Surplus to Revenue, 5,283. 



Travelling Expenses ($1,531,776) 

Hon. J. T. Clement, 1,61 1 ; Hon. R. S. Welch, 1 1,159; F. W. Callaghan, 6,097; W. B. Affleck, 3,974; H. T. Andrews 
7,823; A. B. Ball, 4,239; M. Belanger, 2,986; J. M. Bennett, 2,743; A. Black, 2,536; F. G. Blake, 3,246 
R. E. Bogusky, 7,523; L. Bordeleau, 2,665; C. E. Boyd, 3,163; P. M. Brooks, 4,389; G. H. Burns, 3,403 
J. W. Burridge, 3,316; E. C. Burton, 5,650; W. Cathcart, 4,061 ; L. F. Chettleborough, 2,647; R. D. Clarke 
3,490; D. W. Climenhage, 4,008; G. E. Cloutier, 4,727; D. S. Colbourne, 4,070; E. F. Crossland, 2,570 
R. D. Cummine, 2,788; C. B. Devlin, 4,437; T. L. Docherty, 2,710; C. Dufresne, 2,855; W. C. Dymond 
3,990; J. H. Eadie, 3,066; C. G. Ebers, 3,394; F. T. Egener, 2,701; J. H. Elliott, 4,352; J. J. Evans, 2,533 
J. N. Gillies, 3,004; G. Y. Goulard, 2,847; F. J. Greenwood, 4,496; E. C. Hardie, 4,094; F. C. Hayes, 6,226 
G. C. Hewson, 2,628; G. F. Inrig, 3,559; D. Jamieson, 3,222; H. W. Kelly, 3,046; J. S. Kelly, 2,686; E. W 
Kenrick, 5,249; R. Lalande, 4,818; R. B. Lamarche, 4,047; H. H. Lancaster, 5,132; D. V. Latimer, 3,027 
M. Leger, 7,090; P. J. LeSage, 3,195; M. M. Manning, 4,036; M. E. Martin, 3,275; A. L. McCrae, 2,959 
R. M. McGuire, 3,175; D. A. McKenzie, 5,731 ; A. D. McLennan, 3,028; G. E. Michel, 3,958; G. Mitchell 
5,689; R. B. Mitchell, 4,005; C. W. Morrison, 2,722; J. W. Morrison, 2,617; I. Munro, 3,136; N. J. Nadeau 
5,190; L. A. Nicol, 3,823; R. Nixon, 3,827; G. E. Oliver, 2,605; W. J. Parker, 3,087; C. E. Perkins, 4,123 
G. J. Petmanis, 3,685; N. Philippe, 4,186; E. M. Pollock, 4,324; K. A. Rae, 3,574; J. Robinson, 2,695 
R. L. Rumble, 4,196; G. F. Runciman, 5,648; J. E. Sampson, 3,024; W. M. Saranchuk, 6,587; F. A. Sargent 
3,736; D. Sekulich, 3,646; W. S. Sharpe, 2,516; J. H. Sheard, 3,326; R. D. Sheehy, 4,643; W. T. Shrives 
3,420; W. Shub, 3,444; W. A. Sibley, 12,734; R. L. Silk, 2,596; R. J. Sirman, 5,877; B. E. Smith, 4,371 
P. Spalton, 3,747; S. S. Speigel, 4,312; D. Stanton, 3,055; H. E. Stewart, 2,972; F. G. Suter, 4,153; I. C 
Taylor, 3,052; W. H. Thompson, 4,680; G. M. Thomson, 2,830; C. R. Thornton, 3,875; R. N. Thornton 
2,881 ; P. R. Upper, 3,696; S. A. Ward, 3,281 ; J. A. Wheler, 3,165; W. F. WoodlifTe, 2,940. 

Travelling Expenses not Allocated to Individuals- 
Air Canada, 6,996; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 2,699; Culliton's Auto Livery Ltd., 66,204 
Deluxe Taxi, North Bay, 3,451; Diamond Taxicab Association, 3,739; Holiday Inn, Hamilton, 3,000 
Holiday Inn, London, 11,181; Management Board of Cabinet, 9,261; Travel Service, Kenora, 3,860; — 
Accounts under $2,500, 1,014,244. 



Other Payments ($33,359,889) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($14,257,761): 

Achievement St. Lawrence Court Home, 49,411; Angus Stonehouse and Co., 14,437; Anstey Graphic 
Ltd., 14,607; Anthes Business Forms, 55,563; D. G. Arntfield, 15,855; Artistic Stationery Co. Ltd., 
92,993; Askim Corporation, 23,999; Atripco Delivery Service, 23,699; Bell Canada, 429,358; Belleville 
Police Department, 10,720; Dr. W. A. Blair, 13,150; Bonaventure Design and Programming Ltd., 
23,048; Brampton Police Department, 17,723; Brown and Collett Ltd., 46,637; Butterworth and Co. 
Canada Ltd., 15,856; Cameron Brewin and Scott, 17,677; Caney and Klowak, 21,883; Carleton 
Children's Aid Society, 13,205; Carswell Co. Ltd., 101,886; Canada Carbon and Ribbon Co. Ltd., 
36,089; Canada Law Book Ltd., 143,623; The Canada Systems Group (est) Ltd., 17,995; Canadian 
Business Forms and Equipment, 12,299; Canadian Corps, of Commissionaires, 286,290; Canadian 
Filing Equipment Ltd., 12,634; Canadian Mental Health Association, 35,574; Challenger Manifold 
Corp. Ltd., 16,107; Charles Verbatim Reporting, 22,020; Comserve Ltd., 71,909; T. F. Conlin, 14,857; 
Contemporary Research Centre Ltd., 10,700; R. L. Crain Ltd., 19,241; Croy Roy Distributors Ltd., 
74,348; M. B. Cuddahee, 10,227; W. R. Dean and Co. Ltd., 403,243; A. C. Devenport, 13,050; 
A. B. Dick Co. Canada Ltd., 23,183; Dictaphone Corp. Ltd., 105,131 ; Domas Custom Furniture Co. 
Ltd., 21,011 ; D. J. Dore, 28,455; Durham Police Department, 11,377; Dyad Computer Systems Inc., 
21,297; The T. Eaton Co. Ltd., 13,249; J. J. Eberhard, 1 1,568; H. D. Engel, 13,736; Espie Printing and 
Stationery Ltd., 67,957; Facit-Addo Canada Ltd., 36,086; The Fairclough Printing Co. Ltd., 24,030; 
Fidelity Insurance Co. Canada, 12,918; Finlay Fish Ltd., 10,020; Ford Motor Co. Canada Ltd., 19,832; 
D. G. Forrest, 18,725; Gage Envelopes Ltd., Division W. J. Gage Ltd., 11,635; Gestetner (Canada) 
Ltd., 18,761 ; J. L. Getliffe, 10,850; Ministry of Government Services, 1,042,481 ; Grand and Toy Ltd., 
49,432; J. D. Grenkie, 11,602; Gulf Oil Canada Ltd., 23,467; Hale MacEwen and Associates, 21,187; 






60 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL— Continued 

Hamilton Police Department, 20,537; Harcourts Ltd., 60,620; Haskins and Sells Associates, 10,000; 
Bruce Henderson Ltd., 49,012; Donald Hill and Partners, 28,453; Hillcrest General Leasing Ltd., 
47,947; Rosemary E. Hodgins, 12,611; Holiday Inn, London, 21,251; House of Stone, 27,017; 
IBM Canada Ltd., 360,045; Ministry of Industry and Tourism, 59,427; Infodata Ltd., 17,008; Jefco 
Furniture Ltd., 18,041 ; Jurit Admin. Personnel Consultants Ltd., 17,396; Kelly Girl Service of Canada 
Ltd., 20,441 ; Lawson Business Forms Ltd., 140,396; London Police Department, 84,424; H. E. MacKay, 
14,454; MacLean Hunter Ltd., 13,454; M.A.I. Canada Ltd., 12,715; Management Board of Cabinet, 
302,890; McGraw Hill Co. Canada, 11,138; Middlesex Children's Aid Society, 11,230; Mohawk Data 
Sciences Canada Ltd., 130,833; Moore Business Forms Ltd., 47,718; Nashua Murritt, 12,910; NCR 
Canada Ltd., 27,404; Newsome and Gilbert Ltd., 148,194; Norfield Hart Ltd., 113,426; The North 
Oshawa Lions Club, 57,949; D. J. O'Donnell, 12,828; Office Overload Co. Ltd., 81,935; Office Specialty 
Ltd., 111,124; Olivetti (Canada) Ltd., 112,474; Ottawa Police Department, 16,237; Peat Marwick 
Mitchell and Co., 10,353; Peel Children's Aid Society, 11,260; Philips Electronics Industries Ltd., 
46,133; Pitney Bowes of Canada Ltd., 38,199; Receiver General for Canada (Postage), 422,124; 
Remington Rand Division, 13,959; M. J. B. Rice, 11,918; P. S. Ross and Partners, 51,381; Sault Ste. 
Marie Police Department, 20*149; I. G 1 Scott, 21,341; J. H. Selley, 15,190; Staff Builders Temporary 
Personnel, 123,420; Standard Embossing Co. Ltd., 10,773; Sudbury Police Department, 13,516; Sunar 
Industries Ltd., 1 2,321 ; Tab Products Canada Ltd., 10,453 ; Talk Away Sales Ltd., 1 1 ,521 ; J. Thompson, 
11,853; Thorne Gunn Helliwell and Christensen, 17,450; Three M Canada Ltd., 43,102; E. A. Tilley, 
10,375; City of Toronto, 25,611; Metro Toronto Police Department, 120,741; T.O.S. Total Office 
Service, 49,812; Touche Ross & Co., 88,045; Ministry of Transportation and Communications, 17,988; 
United Stationery Co. Ltd., 12,374; Arthur Veitch, 11,015; Versafood Service Ltd., 13,445; Waterloo 
Police Department, 27,875; Weir and Foulds, 23,485; Whyte-Hooke Papers, 61,976; Willhurst Com- 
munications Ltd., 16,863; Marjorie Williamson Probation Farm, 27,174; Windsor Police Department, 
22,305 ; Woods Gordon and Co., 42, 1 68 ; Xerox of Canada Ltd., 41 2,705 ; J. S. Ziegel, 1 8,601 ;- Accounts 
under $10,000, 6,277,911. 

Less: Amount Deducted from Surplus transferred to Revenue re: Seconded Common Legal 
Services, 2,566. 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($17,160,700): 

Grants ($28,400): 

Sundry Grants under $10,000, 28,400. 

Contribution to Legal Aid Fund, Law Society of Upper Canada ($17,132,300): 
Legal Aid Fund, Law Society of Upper Canada, 17,132,300. 



Royal Commissions ($1,206,933): 

Investigate and inquire into the activities, practices and conduct in the operations, relationships and com- 
mercial affairs of those persons, firms, corporations and organizations engaged in the plastering, 
lathing, drywalling, concrete forming and allied sectors of the building industry in Metropolitan 
Toronto, Hamilton, Ottawa, and such other areas as the Commission may deem necessary as a 
result of its investigation, and to report to the Lieutenant Governor in Council on the possibility 
of any unlawful activities that may exist or may have taken place and to make such recommenda- 
tions in regard to those matters as the Commissioner may deem fit. 
(Cumulative expenses to March 31, 1975, $890,814) 

Salaries ($23,381): 

Sundry Employees under $20,000, 23,381. 

Employee Benefits (7,700): 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario— re: Canada Pension Plan, 265; Unemployment Insurance 
Plan, 170; Employee Group Life Insurance Plan, 40; Payments to Ministry of Solicitor General, 

7,225. 

Travel Expenses (6,852) : 

A. E. Shepherd, 3,295;- Accounts under $2,500, 3,557. 



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MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL— Continued 

Miscellaneous (76,310): 

Ministry of Government Services, 29,139; A. E. Shepherd, 12,653; — Accounts under $10,000. 
34,518. 

Make recommendations on the appropriate number of electoral districts between one hundred and seventeen 
and one hundred and twenty-five within the Province as the Commission deems advisable with 
respect thereto, with particular reference to the wide range of geographical and social conditions, 
including sparsity or density of the population in particular regions, with a view to providing 
electoral districts with equal populations or as nearly equal populations as is practical and to ensure 
that the number of electoral districts in north-eastern and north-western Ontario shall not be 
reduced below its present level. 

(Cumulative expenses to March 31, 1975, $46,067) 

Salaries ($21,360): 

Sundry Employees under $20,000, 21,360. 

Travelling Expenses ($1,274): 

Accounts under $2,500, 1,274. 

Miscellaneous ($18,172): 

Ministry of Government Services, 12,701 —Accounts under $10,000, 5,471. 

Inquire into the circumstances respecting the conduct and the performance of duties by such police officers 
and constables at the Landmark Motor Inn Hotel on the 11th day of May, 1974, and to report 
thereon and to make such recommendations to the Lieutenant Governor in Council. 

Salaries ($2,213): 

Sundry Employees under $20,000, 2,213. 

Travelling Expenses ($6,727): 

Accounts under $2,500, 6,727. 

Miscellaneous ($42,561): 

Nethercut and Co. Ltd., 13,769; Waterous Holden Kellock and Kent, 17,277; — Accounts under 
$10,000, 11,515. 

Inquire into and report upon the nature, extent and causes of the flooding of the Grand River on the 16th, 
17th and 18th days of May, 1974, the resulting damage from the said flooding and in particular 
the action of the Grand River Conservation Authority, participating municipalities and the 
relevant Ministries of the Government of Ontario in the operation of the major dams and reservoirs 
and the flood warning, and communications systems and to make such recommendations as are 
deemed appropriate. 

Salaries ($4,914): 

Sundry Employees under $20,000, 4,914. 

Employee Benefits ($18): 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 13; Unemployment Insurance 
Plan, 5. 

Travelling Expenses ($5.31 1): 

Accounts under $2,500, 5,31 1 . 

Miscellaneous ($155,970): 

Angus Stonehouse and Co. Ltd., 43,330; Montgomery, Cassels, Mitchell, Somers, Dutton and 
Winkler, 68,184; Simmers, Edwards, Jenkins, Clark and Logan, 20,584; — Accounts under $10,000, 
23,872. 



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62 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 

MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL-Continued 

Investigate all matters related to health and safety involved in the working conditions and working environ- 
ment in mines in Ontario; identify the relevant data related to silicosis, lung cancer and other 
occupational health hazards of miners in Ontario; review the present basis for Workmen's Compen- 
sation Board awards as they relate to environmental health matters affecting miners and make 
such recommendations as are deemed to be appropriate. 

Salaries ($10,345): 

Sundry Employees under $20,000. 10,345. 

Employee Benefits ($1,123): 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario re: Canada Pension Plan. 579; Unemployment Insurance 
Plan, 438; Group Life Insurance, 106. 

Travelling Expenses ($14,123): 

Air Canada. 4.324; Accounts under $2,500. 9.799. 

Miscellaneous ($99,895): 

Ministry of Government Services. 10.645; Hume Martin and Timmins. 26.359; E. A Perry. 
10.207; Accounts under $10,000. 52.684. 

Examine, evaluate and make appropriate recommendations on the structure, organization and operations 
of local government within the Metropolitan Toronto area, including all municipal governments, 
boards and commissions and without precluding the consideration of a single or two tier form of 
Government and undertake to encourage public awareness, participation and understanding of 
the issues, by among other things, holding public meetings throughout the Metro area and publish- 
ing the findings and recommendations of the study in sufficient quantity. 

Salaries ($69,779): 

Sundry employees under $20,000. 69.779 

Employee Benefits ($3,644): 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario re: Canada Pension Plan, 81; Unemployment Insurance 
Plan, 47; Group Life Insurance, 16; Payments to Ministry of Treasury Economics and Inter- 
governmental Affairs, 2,140; Payments to Ministry of the Environment, 1 17; Payments to Ministry 
of the Solicitor General. 1,243. 

Travelling Expenses ($2,708): 

Accounts under $2,500, 2,708. 

Miscellaneous ($117,041): 

Jarret Goold and Elliott, 15,279; R. Rohmer, 11,573; P. S. Ross and Partners, 11.312; Smith 
Auld and Assoc. Ltd., 16,926; Accounts under $10,000, 61,951. 

Inquire into, and report upon recent allegations of mistreatment of Toronto Jail inmates by the use of 
unnecessary force and/or physical assaults upon such inmates and, if necessary evidence of similar 
acts; the role and function of the correctional officers at that institution; the particular service 
demands upon the staff of that institution; the methods of recruitment, selection, orientation and 
training of correctional officers at that institution and to make such recommendations as are 
deemed appropriate. 

Salaries ($89,446): 

Sundry Employees under $20,000, 89,446. 

Employee Benefits ($1,666): 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 33; Unemployment Insurance 
Plan, 33; Group Life Insurance, 23; Payments to Ministry of Solicitor General, 1,577. 

Travelling Expenses ($5,579): 

Accounts under $2,500, 5,579. 









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MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL-Continued 

Miscellaneous ($169,857): 

Angus Stonehouse and Co., 46,005; B. C. Bynoe, 64,307; N. D. McRae, 33,120;— Accounts under 
$10,000,26,425. 

Inquire into recent allegations made against certain members of the Metropolitan Toronto Police Force 
respecting mistreatment and the use of excessive force in relation to the apprehension, arrest or 
detention of specific persons, and the allegation of the use of force in the interrogation of such 
persons, and of such other persons as are necessary for the purposes of this inquiry; report thereon 
and make any recommendations to the Lieutenant Governor in Council as may be deemed fit. 

Salaries ($43,530): 

Payments to Ministry of Solicitor General, 24,735; Sundry Employees under $20,000, 18,795. 

Employee Benefits ($2,748): 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario— re: Canada Pension Plan, 105; Unemployment Insurance 
Plan, 86; Group Life Insurance, 83; Payments to Ministry of Solicitor General, 2,474. 

Travelling Expenses ($4,959): 

Accounts under $2,500, 4,959. 

Miscellaneous ($197,727): 

Angus Stonehouse and Co. Ltd., 46,476; Lerner, Lerner, Bradley, Cherniak and Granger, 60,297; 
Tory, Tory, Deslauriers and Bennington, 27,327;— Accounts under $10,000, 63,627. 

Compensation to Victims of Crime ($726,880): 

Sundry Persons in accordance with the Law Enforcement Compensation Act, 726,880. 

Compassionate Allowances ($7,615): 

Sundry Persons, 7,615. 
Total Other Payments 33,359,889 



Statutory 
Minister's Salary ($18,000) 



Hon. R. S. Welch, April 1, 1974 to January 13, 1975, 14,893. 
Hon. J. T. Clement, January 14, 1975 to March 31, 1975, 3,107. 






Parliamentary Assistant's Salary ($507) 

Hon. John MacBeth, April 24, 1974 to May 31, 1974, 507. 

The Proceedings Against the Crown Act ($11,315) 

Accounts under $10,000, 11,315. 

Allowances to Supreme Court Judges ($136,526) 

Court of Appeal for Ontario 

Hon. Mr. Justice-G. A. Gale, C.J O., 3,000; J. D. Arnup, 3,000; J. W. Brooke, 3,000; C. L. Dubin, 3,000: 
W. Z. Estey, 3,000; G. T. Evans, 3,000; W. G. C. Howland, 631; A. R. Jessup, 3,000; A. Kelly, 3,000: 
B. J. MacKinnon, 849; G. A. Martin, 3,000; W. F. Shroeder, 3,000. 



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MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL-Coniinued 

High Court of Ontario 

Hon Mr. Justice-D. C. Wells, C.J.H.C, 3,000; T. P. Callon, 3,000; P. de C. Cory, 849; J. D. Cromarty. 3.000; 
J. F. Donnelly, 3,000; W. A Donohue. 3,000; N. C. Fraser, 3,000; P. T. Galligan, 3,000; A. Goodman, 
3,000; S. G. M. Grange. 849; C. Grant, 3,000; E. L. Haines, 3,000; E. P. Hartt. 3,000; D. H. W. Henry, 
3,000; R. E. Holland. 3,000; L. W. Houlden, 3,000; S. H. S. Hughes, 3,000; D. A. Keith. 3.000; M. N. 
Lacourciere, 3,000; M. Lerner, 3,000; A. H. Lieff, 3,000; E. G. Moorehouse, 3.000; D R. Morand. 3,000; 
J. W. Morden, 3,000; J. G. J. O'Driscoll, 3,000; D. F. O'Leary, 3,000; J. H. Osier, 3,000; W. D. Parker, 
3,000; L. T. Pennell, 3,000; R. F. Reid, 2,000; A. Stark, 3,000; E. G. Thompson, 3,000; F. S Weatherston, 
3,848; J. L. Wilson. 3.000; P. Wright, 3,000; T. G. Zuber, 3,000; Hon. Madame Justice ^M. M. Van Camp. 
3,000 

Less: Recoveries, 1,500. 

Allowances to Judges ($526,058) 

Allowances ($526,058): 

His Honour Judge Colter. 8.792; Allowances under $10,000, 517,266. 



Summary of Expenditures 

Voted - 

Salaries and Wages 45,350.093 

Employee Benefits 4.390,373 

Travelling Expenses 1,531 ,776 

Other Payments 33,359,889 

84.632.131 

Statutory 692,406 

Total Expenditure, Ministry of Attorney General $85,324,537 



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MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS 

Hon. S. B. Handleman, Minister 
Hon. J. T. Clement, Minister 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($20,666,850) 

J. K. Young Deputy Minister 44,792 

G. Adams, 30,721 ; J. W. Armstrong, 20,145; M. W. Bader, 20,284; D. W. Baird, 22,047; R. S. Balls, 20,196 
J. W. Bentley, 30,721 ; H. G. Bock, 25,646; H. S. Bray, 35,889; R. Brewerton, 26,715; T. O. Brown, 30,721 
D. Cannon, 24,671 ; W. A. Carson, 20,196; N. M. Chorney, 13,059; R. W. Cooper, 18,465; j! P. Cox, 20,259 
M. T. Crutcher, 23,586; M. B. Dawson, 21,438; T. J. Dillon, 23,551; J. J. Doane, 21,113; E. C. Fisher 
21,412; J. N. Gardiner, 22,365; W. L. Gardner, 21,642; P. H. George, 23,282; H. N. Gilchrist, 27,266 
J. N. Gillespie, 20,481; A. V. Godden, 23,586; S. Gorecki, 27,863; E. J. Gorman, 26,363; D. V. Goudy 
20,591; G. E. Grundy, 38,233; J. H. Guinn, 22,933; C. D. Hadfield, 26,875; R. F. Hawkins, 24,932 
J. F. Hay, 21,529; M. K. Hill, 21,270; J. R. Hornblower, 20,665; J. C. Horwitz, 35,889; B. C. Howard 
35,889; H. F. Humphries, 26,692; W. M. Jaffray, 27,266; W. L. Jewett, 20,196; E. H. Johnston, 27,266 
A. E. Jolley, 20,665; H. T. Jones, 30,721; J. W. Keating, 20,023; H. L. King, 22,955; A. G. Kneeshaw 
24,670; H. Krebs, 22,365; R. J. LeClerc, 20,188; W. Lefebvre, 22,047; B. E. Lynch, 21,614; R. G. Mac 
Cormac, 21,412; G. F. MacKay, 21,477; J. H. Macpherson, 21,699; A. G. Marshall, 22,537; W. E 
Mattocks, 22,047; W. R. McDonnell, 26,640; S. S. Mercer, 23,282; C. E. Millar, 20,288; D. L. Mitchell 
21,984; W. F. Nuss, 30,512; A. S. Pattillo, 30,842; E. W. Pike, 21,712; V. L. Porter, 24,671; R. Priddle 
34,357; D. C. Rivers, 26,363; H. Roach, 21,075; H. L. Roeser, 20,023; D. C. Ross, 26,341 ; T. M. Rundle 
24,333; A. Rungi, 21,075; C. R. Salter, 34,122; D. B. Shaw, 23,029; R. E. Sleeth, 22,560; G. R. Smith 
20,001; M. L. Smith, 20,196; T. G. Smith, 29,165; J. B. Sorensen, 20,227; P. G. Spenst, 25,668; D. A 
Stafl, 23,342; E. Talvila, 26,746; H. R. Terhune, 23,586; K. W. Thompson, 21,055; M. A. Thompson 
31,647; H. H. Thomson, 21,055; D. B. Tocher, 24,265; W. E. Towns, 23,282; W. B. Trafford, 20,284 
S. D. Turner, 35,889; N. A. Vetere, 27,663; A. R. Walker, 21,699; A. V. Walker, 21,445; E. T. Weaver 
25,083; P. C. Williams, 26,979; W. Wilson, 23,454; L. P. Wood, 30,721; H. J. Wright, 22,955; H. Y 
Yoneyama, 38,233;— Other salaries and wages under $20,000, 18,228,939. 



Employee Benefits ($2,288,615) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario— re: Canada Pension Plan, 221,137; Group Life Insurance Plan, 515,135; 
Long Term Income Protection Plan, 23,461 ; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 47,703; Public Service Super- 
annuation Fund, 968,348; Unemployment Insurance, 234,774 

Other Benefits— Attendance Bonus Credits, 102,970; Attendance Gratuities, 167,039; Death Benefits, 1,704; 
Severance Pay, 5,147. 

Workmen's Compensation Board, 4,079. 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries, 2,882. 

Travelling Expenses ($720,811) 

Hon. S. B. Handleman, 306; Hon. J. T. Clement, 5,204; F. Drea, 2,770; J. S. Allan, 2,715; R. Almond, 2,853 
J. R. Appelle, 3,505; P. Armizlotta, 2,701 ; C. S. Arnold, 2,507; W. P. Asseltine, 2,580; F. E. Bartram, 5,050 
G. J. Bold, 3,269; G. Bryson, 4,533; P. Burrison, 3,176; C. C. Buxton, 3,552; A. W. Cane, 2,954; J. M 
Cardwell, 3,334; V. Castle, 3,518; C. R. Coleshill, 3,599; K. Colley, 3,651 ; J. R. Cook, 6,859; R. W. Cooper 
3,499; J. Dempsey, 4,825; G. S. Elliott, 4,105; E. C. Fisher, 3,756; E. Fox, 4,342; J. A. Francis, 5,420 
R. C. Gamble, 2,809; P. C. Gardiner, 3,535; A. G. Gardner, 4,132; W. L. Gardner, 5,352; K. A. Goodfellow 
2,838; E. J. Gorman, 2,915; G. E. Grundy, 4,088; M. Hill, 5,785; J. A. Ingram, 3,223; H. T. Jones, 2,511 
W. S. Joyce, 2,880; R. Kent, 2,798; D. N. Kruger, 3,477; W. Lang, 4,381; L. V. Lenahan, 3,878; J. T 
McSweeney, 3,583; C. J. Miller, 4,679; J. Morris, 4,090; R. H. Murdock, 2,969; A. C. Newman, 2,589 
L. S. Niccolls, 2,581 ; S. F. Noller, 3,645; R. C. Parr, 7,656; J. T. Pasch, 2,946; A. S. Pattillo, 3,521 ; H. M 
Perdue, 3,142; W. L. Pletch, 3,322; R. F. Roelofson, 3,390; R. Ronald, 3,587; E. A. Royce, 2,782; C. B 
Scarlett, 3,114; M. J. Sequin, 8,731; J. C. Sherman, 5,000; J. R. Smith, 2,823; R. W. Smith, 2,575; T. G 
Smith, 4,226; G. M. Snyder, 3,340; E. J. Soucie, 5,049; A. A. Stapelle, 3,622; K. W. Street, 2,662; W. M 
Tallon, 3,508; H. J. Taylor, 2,502; S. D. Turner, 3,186; S. Vanderschelde, 2,606; G. H. Vollbrecht, 3,211 



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MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS- Continued 

N. Wachnuk, 3,101; J. Walker, 3,302; F. G. Webb, 2,700; P. R. Whaley, 4,043; N. Wilson, 3,203; J. A. 
Young, 3,123; J. K. Young, 2,826; -Accounts under $2,500, 451,243. 

Less: Recoveries from Foreign Land Developers as per Section 53, The Real Estate and Business 
Broker Aci, 9,303;— Other Ministries, 3,249. 

Other Payments ($ 1 1 ,338,256) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($7,372,188): 

Abks Communications Group, 27,664; Abso Blue Prints Limited, 48,919; Adamsons Ltd., 13,438; Ministry 
of the Attorney General, 447,678; Atwell Fleming Printing Co., 22,311; Bassel, Sullivan, Lawson & 
Leake, 94,165; Bell Canada, 76,335; Bell & Howell Canada Ltd., 17,633; Benson, McMurtry, Percival 
& Brown, 17,897; Berger, Tisdall, Clark & Lesly Ltd., 10,157; Bernie & McMillan, 13,300; Blackwell, 
Law, Treadgold & Armstrong, 14,603; Blaney Pasternak, Smela, Eagleson & Watson, 23,678; K. E. 
Boast, 23,557; Brooks MacFarlane, 14,069; Business Aid, 211,083; Canadian Kodak Sales Ltd., 
59,279; Canadian Trotting Association, 18,325; Civil Service, 279,055; Comserve Limited, 83,228; 
Contemporary Research Centre, 12,550; Dasco Data Products Limited, 17,470; Davidson-Jeffrey 
& Co., 38,180; Designers and Partners Ltd., 27,353; Disb-Energy, 12,156; C. W. Donaldson, 27,491; 
Du Vernet Carruthers, 57,662; Dyad Computer Systems Inc., 51,480; Evans Philip Gordon, Leggat 
& Evans, 12,230; Fine Papers Limited, 20,121 ; Fitzgerald Kurbko & Co., 10,877; Foster Advertising 
Ltd., 95,740; GBF Filing Systems Ltd., 28,928; Gardiner Roberts, 44,783; Ministry of Government 
Services, 1,672,080; Graham Verbatim Reporting, 12,302; Grand & Toy Ltd., 12,668; Hamilton Andrew 
Adjuster Ltd., 10,652; Hastings, C. E , & Co. Ltd., 20,485; Hayhurst, F. H , Co. Ltd., 10,020; Hewitt, 
Hewitt, Nesbitt, Reid, McDonald & Tierney, 10,796; Hunter Rose Co., 21,982; IBM. Canada Ltd., 
220,480; Ind. Tourism-Advertising, 59,443; Infodata Ltd., 71,071; Inter-Royal Corp., 82,195; Keefer 
Thos. C, 34,180; Kernaghan Adjusters, 22,442; Ministry of Labour, 259,974; Lash Johnston Sheard 
Pr., 10,500; Lee, Franklin, C, 15,215; Lochead, Sills, 21,396; MacPherson Adjusting Service Ltd., 
12,759; Maltman, F. C, & Co. Ltd., 18,584; McGarrey & McKeon, 31,873; McLaren Richard, H., 
10,517; McTague, Clark, Holland, Whiteside, Coughlin, Mailloux, Lawson & Skinner, 20,028; 
Mero Business Systems, 20,775; Miller Maki Inc., 16,974; Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co., 
25,886; Mitchell, Hockin & Dawson, 20,159; Moore Business Forms, 15,534; Morden & Helwig 
Limited, 71,238; Morrison Hershfield, Burgess & Huggins Ltd., 22,000; Multiple Access Limited, 
31,473; Munn Envelopes Co. Limited, 55,101 ; Nashua Canada Limited, 51,399; Office Overload Ltd., 
138,606; Office Speciality Ltd., 102,606; Olivetti Canada Ltd., 36,792; Phelan O'Brien Rutherford, 
Lawer& Shannon, 93,009; Planning Systems Research, 38,389; Polaroid Corp. of Canada Ltd., 21,385; 
R. E. Pollock, 20,179; Poole, Bell, Drake & Hainsworth, 52,371; Provost, Oliver G , 10,205; Public 
Relations Services Ltd., 31,139; Purolator Courier Limited, 19,516; Quantum Information Resources 
Ltd., 18,456; Receiver General of Canada, 140,270; Regional Municipality of Niagara, 10,602; Ministry 
of Revenue, 71,620; Shea, Mossop, Stoner & Weaver, 17,472; Soloway, Wright & Houston, 16,691 ; 
Sperry Rand Canada Ltd., 14,105; Stevenson & Kellog Ltd., 42,348; The Canada Systems Group, 
14,365; Thomson Rogers, 70,539; Ministry of Transportation and Communication, 28,195; Versa 
Management Services, 50,875; Victor Comptometer Ltd., 24,077; Walker, Ellis & Pezzack, 30,665; 
Williams, A. E., & Co. Ltd., 19,464; Windsor Adjusting Co. Ltd., 19,836; Woolner, D., 29,784; Xerox 
of Canada Ltd., 212,836;-Accounts under $10,000, 1,151,886. 
Less: Recoveries from Ministries and Agencies, 141,671. 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($3,966,068): 

Breeders Awards-Thoroughbred, 252,610; Consumers Association of Canada, 12,500; Dresden Agri- 
cultural Society, 12,538; Frontenac Downs Holdings, 17,857; Ontario Jockey Club, 1,755,651; 
Ontario Sires Stakes Purses, 1,277,395; Ontario Veterinary College, 50,000; Orangeville Raceway, 
41,034; Peterborough Racing Association, 24,063; Rideau Carleton Raceway, 41,541; Western Fair 
Association, 88,148; Windsor Raceway, 347,906;— Grants and subsidies under $10,000, 44,825. 
Total Other Payments 11 ,338,256 



Statutory 
Minister's Salary ($18,000) 

Hon. S. B. Handleman, January 14, 1975 to March 31, 1975 3,107 

Hon. J T. Clement, April 1, 1974 to January 13, 1975 14,893 



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MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AND COMMERCIAL RELATIONS-Continued 
Parliamentary Assistant's Salary ($4,178) 

F. Drea 4,178 

Reserve for Outstanding Cheques ($146) 

Reserve for Outstanding Cheques 1 46 

Crown Contribution re Judges' Plans ($18,977) 

Accounts under $10,000, 18,977 18,977 

Fees under The Vital Statistics Act ($535) 

Accounts under $ 1 0,000. 535 535 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund ($12,107,170) 

Administration expenses paid under Sec. 2 1 ,794,525 

Claims paid under Sec. 5: 

Sundry persons 2,171,315 

Judgements paid under Sees. 6, 11, 14 and 1 8 : 

Sundry persons 8,141,330 

Summary of Expenditures 

Voted — 

Salaries and Wages 20.666,850 

Employee Benefits 2,288,61 5 

Travelling Expenses 720,81 1 

Other Payments 11 ,338,256 

35,014,532 

Statutory 12.149,006 

Total Expenditure, Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations $47,163,538 



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MINISTRY OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($66,391,962) 

G. R. Thompson Deputy Minister 41 ,345 

M. J. Algar Assistant Deputy Minister 38,233 

H. Garraway Assistant Deputy Minister 38,216 

M. L.. Adamovits, 21,342; O. Agard, 23,119; P. Andrachuk, 23,983; P. M. Asling, 21,976; J. Bain, 26,588; 
R. H. Beattie, 20,965; K. N. Beck, 27,266; J. A. Benoit, 20,849; E. R. Blomme, 23,097; E. Bond, 24,285; 
G. H. Budd, 20,796; W. E. Bunton, 20,965; B M. Butler, 27,660; R. E. Cannon, 21,192; E. R. Carleton. 
20,944; K. A. Carlson, 22,873; G. H. Carter, 29,390; V. M. Chaves, 20,995; D. W. Cockburn. 21,916; 
R. J. Cole, 21,205; H. S. Cooper, 28,361 ; D. W. Coughlan, 30,721 ; J. R. Cowan, 24,340; R. L. Cracknell. 
23.410; J. W. Cripps, 20,965; P. J. Culver, 22,444; H. A. Cuthbertson, 22,750; A. J. Dacre. 38,660; A. F. 
Daniels. 23,167; A. Davidson, 23,713; R. J. Davies, 21,006; B. J. Doyle, 20,698; R. F. Driscoll, 24,200; 
P. A. Dubelsten, 30,973; J. G. Duffy, 23,078; M. J. Duggan, 23,796; J. R. Dupuis, 23,505; A. Durball. 
20,446; R. E. Emerson, 20,965; R. E. Eng, 27,735; A. N. Fairnington, 23,758; G. R. Fisher, 24,036; E. C 
Fletcher, 21,183; R. E. Fox, 22,480; L. D. Gaskell, 20,965; P. E. Gendreau, 25,167; E. K. Glinfort. 
24,932; N. L. Goodwin, 33,084; D. B. Griggs, 24,285; C. H. Grills, 23,864; P. K. Gupta, 22,251; A. 
Handelsman, 23,931 ; A. D. Harding, 1 1,067; E. J. Harloff, 22,297;M. T. Healy, 23,405; J. D. Hill, 20,051 ; 
H M. Hooper, 20,551 ; L. B. Home, 20,954; F R. Horsley, 26,263; J. J. Hug, 24,286; H. Hughes, 27,752; 
H. C. Hutchison. 35,857; J. M. Ireland. 20,698; V. Ivanic, 30,973; W. P. Jackson, 20,944; J. D. Jacobs. 
20,073; R. E. Johnstone, 20,900; D. W. Jones. 22,234; S. Keane, 27,118; D. W. Kerr. 23,064; I. M. Klein. 
20,965; R. J. Labelle. 25.943; L. R. Lambert. 24,102; I. Lendvay, 25.494; T. J. Loker, 24,285; A. D. Mackey. 
30.721 ; J. L. Main. 23,580; V. M. Marks, 20,965; J. M. Marsland, 22,297; R. B. Masecar. 25,289; D. C. 
Mason, 30,434; G. G. McFarlane. 27,266; W. B. Melenbacher, 20,965; K. J. Meyer. 23,405; J. K. Mildon. 
20.965; J. C. Miller, 20,135; K. H. Mitchell, 20,965; J. S. Morrison. 20,965; S. C. Mounsey, 20,480; J. Munns/ 
21.529; G. Nagy, 20.965; J. D: Neill, 24.737; S. A. Nicol, 20,508; W. A. Norton, 27,660; A. S. Nuttal, 26,192; 
P. J. O'Grady, 23,761 ; C. C. Outingdyke. 20,965; J. B. Paar, 20,270; D. M. Page, 20,965; C. Papastergiou. 
22,368; J. R. Peake, 20,756; D. J. Penfold. 33,238; G. W. Pollard, 24,285; C. J. Powell. 24,927; H. J. Prietz. 
30,973; R. M. Reynolds. 27,660; A. Riel, 24.285; K. V. Robb, 29,025; T. J. Roman, 24,927; R. R Ross. 
27,660; A. J. Samler, 20,775; L. W. Schulte. 22,368; S. Shoom, 28,382; C. P. Sibbald. 22,368; D. Sinclair. 
38,520; J. E. Slaven, 23,815; R. E. Smith, 22,280; D. R. Spencer, 20,849; J E. Spriggs, 23,405; K. A. Stark. 
21,497; G. D. Stewart. 21.315; J. A. Sunde. 27,660; R. Swartz, 22,368; D. E. Taylor. 27.225; W. J. Taylor. 
20,810; S. Teggart, 22,480; G. F. Tegman. 28,994; E. B. TorTelmire, 23.405; R. A. Turner. 20.965; W. T 
Vrooman. 23.121 ; H.J. Watson, 20,965; W. E. Watson, 30,973; R. T. West. 35,889; S. E. White. 20.436; 
G. P. Whitehead, 25,560; F. J. Williams, 20,462; A. E. Wolfgarth, 23,660; W. L. Wood. 20,909; Other 
salaries and wages under $20,000. 62,961,073. 

Employee Benefits ($6,772,788) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario -re: Canada Pension Plan, 713,072; Public Service Superannuation 
Fund, 2,733,251; Unemployment Insurance. 725,909; Group Insurance, 206,660; Long Term Income 
Protection, 364,809; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 1,144,564; Teachers Superannuation Fund. 
112.976. 

Other Benefits — Attendance Bonus Credits. 625.937. 

Workmen's Compensation Board, 145,610. 

Travelling Expenses ($1,183,288) 

Hon. R. T. Potter, 9,115; R. C. Bechard, 2,722; K. N. Beck, 3,287; J. A. Benoit, 3,629; E. R. Blomme. 2.645; 
R. D. Brayshaw, 2,550; W. F. Brinkman, 2,625; E. A. Brown, 2,974; P. A. Cartwright, 2,523; G. H. Carter. 
2,845; V. S. Cashaback. 2,566; R. L. Cracknell, 2,787; J. W. Cripps, 2,962; H. A. Cuthbertson, 3,254; 
C. Draper, 2,644; M. C. Evans, 2,875; J. L. Ferguson, 3,276; R. E. Fox, 3,732; H. Garraway. 3,174; L. D 
Gaskell. 2,575; W. Gasteiger, 2,622; B. Gayman. 2577; T. Hall. 3,754; F. J. Havel, 3,626; M. T. Healy. 
4,083; J. D. Hill, 2,946; H. M. Hooper, 2,555; E. Huddleston. 3,260; J. Jackson, 2,815; N. L. Jones, 2.824; 
J. A. Lefebvre, 2,638; P. Lewis, 4,805; H. G. MacDonald, 4,263; V. M Marks, 3,652; D. C. Mason, 2,633; 
W. B. Melenbacher, 2,769; K. J. Meyer, 7,701; J. S. Morrison, 3,199; S. C. Mounsey, 2,558; A. Nadeau, 



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2,838; A. S. Nuttall, 5,848; R. D. Phillipson, 3,143; W. H. Roy, 3,288; L. Salsman, 2,746; A. H. Schaefer, 
5,624; S. Shoom, 2,684; H. Silverman, 4,289; D. Sinclair, 4,025; I. Starkie, 3,139; G. Tegman, 4,244; G. R. 
Thompson, 3,762; E. B. TofTelmire, 3,116; M. V. Villeneuve, 3,799; D. R. Webb, 2,676; J. Whibbs, 2,781 ; 
C. P. Wingfield, 3,325 ;-Other accounts under $2,500, 991,921. 

Other Payments ($27,871,407) 






Materials, Supplies, etc. ($25,153,985): 

Adams & Son, 10,540; Addiction Research Foundation of Ontario, 47,340; Admiral Sanitation Ltd., 
76,197; Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., 1 1,197; Alumicor Ltd., 12,146; A. M. Systems Consultants, 31,862; 
J. Ambrus, 12,526; American Can Co. of Canada Ltd., 119,430; Amity Farms, 17,098; Gus Amodeo, 
35,1 12; Arnold Lumber Ltd., 14,638; Ash Temple Ltd., 18,577; Ashman Industries (1966) Ltd., 12,022; 
Atlantic Sugar Refineries Co. Ltd., 28,034; Ausable Spring Ranch Inc., 203,412; Avondale Dairy Ltd., 
10,357; Bailey and Linklater, 25,857; James Bamford & Sons Ltd., 14,006; Bell and Howell Canada 
Ltd., 29,993; Bell Canada, 630,519; Bellevue Film Distributors Limited, 15,914; M. Black Wiping 
Products Ltd., 11,211; Bonaventure Design & Programming, 16,695; Booth Fisheries Canadian Co. 
Ltd., 19,819; Borden Co. Ltd., 110,146; Bowmanville Public Utilities Commission, 19,156; B.P. Oil 
Ltd., 266,500; Bradshaw Stradwick Products Ltd., 44,397; Brampton Hydro-Electric Commission, 
89,746; Brantford Township Hydro-Electric Commission, 23,148; G. A. Braun Canada Ltd., 38,503; 
Breen Sheet Metal Products Ltd., 21,139; Brookside Dairy Products, 13,149; C. W. Buck & Sons Ltd., 
10,191 ; Burns Foods Ltd., 86,669; S. M. Burris, 12,600; Burtch Correctional Centre, 156,976; Burwash 
Correctional Centre, 49,883; Cadieux & Frere, 16,002; Cairnlea Village, 36,196; Caldwell Linen 
Mills Ltd., 10,854; Cambrian Ford Sales Sudbury Ltd., 16,700; Canada Bread Co. Ltd., 58,430; 
Canada Glass Co. Ltd., 10,161; Canada Packers Ltd., 198,848; Canadian General Electric Co. Ltd., 
20,128; Canadian Industries Ltd., 13,728; Canadian Mental Health Association, 70,949; Canadian 
Motorola Electronics Company, 59,746; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 30,315; Canadian 
National Railways, 33,195; Canadian Oxygen Ltd., 11,623; Canadian Pacific Railways, 24,811; 
Can-Eng. Sales Ltd., 21,983; Cardinal Meat Specialists Ltd., 60,725; Carleton University, 21,904; 
Robert Cantor, 10,935; Carrington's Building Centre Ltd., 10,147; R. J. Carter, 56,676; Sam Caruso, 
10,202; Case Power & Equipment Ltd., 13,471; C. C. C. Metal Koting Ltd., 402,724; Cedar Brook 
Group Home, 52,055; A. H. Charron Enterprises, 10,045; Christie's Bread, 42,152; Chrysler Canada 
Ltd., 43,633; Frank Cico Consultants Ltd., 1 1,946; City Laundry, 10,914; Clark Institute of Psychiatry. 
49,179; Clear View Packaging Products Ltd., 31,583; C. M. Windows Ltd., 18,714; Coca Cola Ltd., 
18,527; Cochrane Dunlop Hardware Ltd., 40,952; Colgate Palmolive Ltd., 13,043; Columbia Pictures 
of Canada Ltd., 1 1,857; Commercial Plastic Supply Corp., 21,045; David Common, 22,514; Common- 
wealth Plywood Co. Ltd., 27,896; Community Youth Program, 14,250; Computel Systems Ltd., 
10,372; Comserve Ltd., 26,080; Consolidated Maintenance Services Ltd., 13,073; Consumers' Gas Co., 
149,970; Consumers Frosted Foods, 23,774; George Courey and Sons Ltd., 58,504; Crane Canada Ltd., 
12,019; Cronkwright Transport Ltd., 10,202; Henry Cullingworth & Sons Ltd., 31,615; J. K. Culver- 
house, 14,434; C. V. Paints Ltd., 10,846; Daoust Lalonde Inc., 10,615; Data Logic Canada Ltd., 
17,100; J. W. Daunt, 16,603; Dawn Patrol Group Homes Inc., 50,135; Decca Produce, 27,216; John 
Deere Ltd., 23,328; Deluxe Transportation Ltd., 18,652; Dental Co. of Canada Ltd., 20,304; A. B. 
Dick Company of Canada Ltd., 10,251; O. B. Dickinson, 29,260; Dominion Dairies Ltd., 92,422; 
Dominion Textile Co. Ltd., 70,491; J. Dompierre, 17,112; Donlands Dairy Products, 10,457; Terry 
Doyle Personnel Ltd., 15,625; Drop-In Centre Kingston Incorporated, 40,317; Drummond McCall 
and Co. Ltd., 10,740; Dunn & Levack, 25,813; D. X. Oil Co., 30,135; T. Eaton Co. Ltd., 29,145; 
Ebsco Subscription Service Ltd., 11,134; Economics Laboratory, 27,775; E. B. Eddy Co., 15,705; 
Ernest Ellicot, 12,058; Ellis & Howard Ltd., 28,170; Emco Ltd., 24,080; Empire Shirt Manufacturing 
Co. Ltd., 17,017; Essex Packers Ltd , 706,422; Etobicoke Township Hydro-Electric Commission, 
12,649; V. C. Evered, 13,643; Everist Brothers Ltd., 13,528; Farquhar Construction Ltd., 30,408; 
H. Fine and Son Ltd., 10,687; Fine Papers Ltd., 10,826; Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd., 31,803; 
Fortes Fruit Co., 14,608; Frape Foods Products Ltd., 15,162; The Fraternity Halfway House, 22,468; 
Freeland Ltd., 211,256; K. Freund, 13,100; K. Frey, 30,804; Elizabeth Fry Society of Hamilton, 42,859; 
Gamble Robinson Ltd., 49,179; Gay Lea Foods, 37,937; General Bakeries Ltd., 11,526; General 
Motors of Canada Ltd., 71,985; Gibbons Foods Ltd., 17,857; D. W. Gilchrist, 11,991; Ginn McLean 
Hardware Co. Ltd., 16,712; Glenford Paper Co. Ltd., 20,390; Globe and Mail Ltd., 14,402; Grafton's 
Limited, 13,430; Grand and Toy Ltd., 16,381; Gray Coach Lines Ltd., 26,100; Greb Shoes Ltd., 
118,938; Grenville Group Homes, 19,082; Group Homes Association, 45,562; Guardian Foods Ltd , 
28,873; Guelph Correctional Centre, 483,756; Guelph Hydro, 53,734; Gulf Oil Canada Ltd., 212,183; 
Hakamu House, 10,691; Hale Group Home, 55,416; Halickman Brothers Ltd., 26,007; Hamilton 
Automatic Alarms Systems, 11,4-14; Hanford Lumber Ltd., 70,221; Harbord Fish Co. Ltd., 10,295; 



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David G. Harris Production Ltd., 27,056; Harris Movers and Storage, 26,082; H. Hearst and Co. Ltd.. 
12,904; Hickson-Langs Supply Co., 290,135; Hill Security Van Lines, 23,343; Hillcrest Dairy. 16,862 
W H. Hills, 21,863; W. P. Hogarth Memorial Hospital, 40,035; Hogg Fuel and Supply Ltd.. 18.645 
Horizons Home, 20,085; Hospital & Kitchen Equipment Co. Ltd., 16,220; House of Concord. 31.224 
House of Hope. 10,686; House of Stone, 176,541; John Howard Society of Metropolitan Toronto. 
20.125; Huck Glove Co. Ltd., 15,952; Hudson Sportswear Manufacturing Co. Ltd., 29,171; Hygiene 
Products Ltd.. 31.625; I. B. Mechanical & Electrical Co.. 28.144; I.B.M. Canada Ltd.. 105,109; Ideal 
Dairy, 54,351 ; Ideal Food Service Equipment, 20,674; Imperial Furniture Manufacturing Ltd., 17,576; 
Imperial Oil Limited, 31,082; Imperial Tobacco Sales Co. Canada, 26,632; Infodata Limited. 23,879; 
Inter Royal Corporation Ltd., 30,044; International Harvester Co. of Canada Ltd., 14,068; Jefco Ltd.. 
32,666; Andrew Jergens Co. Ltd., 12,825; R. L. Johnson. 11,191; Ka-Be-She-Win, 33,195; Kaufman 
Footwear Ltd.. 13,840; Kelly Girl Service of Canada Ltd., 10,823; Kennebec Knitting Mills, 71,982; 

C. L. Kerr, 37,466; Kitchener House. 43,302; Kodak Canada Ltd., 1 1,822; Laforest Construction Ltd.. 
44,681; Lake Hope Park, 40,449; Lalonde Wholesale, 14,461; Alfred Lambert Inc., 11,724; Leaside 
Girls Home. 1 1,295; Leco Industries Ltd., 12,571 ; J. Leduc, 14,347; A. J. Lee, 12,906; R. E. Lee Paint 
Co. Ltd.. 16,471 ; Leeder Homes, 101,241 ; Le Maison De L'Esperance, 22,412; Emile Lemieux Meats. 
17,531; Lewiscraft, 17,851; Lindsay Hydro-Electric System, 15,963; Linland Equipment Sales Ltd.. 
12,647; Lockington Sports Ltd., 29,587; M. Loeb Ltd.. 33,618; L'Orignal Packing Ltd., 12,386; 
Laurier Lortie, 10,612; Lumsden Brothers Ltd., 35,465; McDougall Brothers, 15,281 ; McGraw Edison 
Canada Ltd.. 17,838; McLaughlin Foods, 24,922; E. MacDonald, 26,878; MacDonald Tobacco Inc.. 
191,917; MacDonald's Consolidated Ltd., 17,213; Maclver and Lines Ltd. 157,143; MacMillan 
Bloedel and Powell, 13,229; Maher Shoes Ltd., 42,022; Management Board Civil Service Commission, 
183,447; Manpower Services Ltd.. 40,768; Maple Lane Dairy Ltd., 29,678; Maple Leaf Plastics Ltd., 
12,914; Maple Lodge Farms Ltd., 75,946; Margesson and Co. Ltd., 23,000; John Margison and Partners. 
16,209; Mathews Conveyor Co. Ltd . 18.203; M. B. Contracting of Ottawa Ltd., 44,523; Richard Meen. 
46.962; Melo Paper Converters, 15,522; W. J. Melvin, 10,500; Merber/Lumley, 13,461 ; G. Mersereau. 
18,333; Midland Fruit Co. Ltd., 14,003; Millbrook Correctional Centre, 124,592; Ross E. Miller Oil 
Co. Ltd.. 55,491; Mill House Centre, 27,278; Mimico Correctional Centre, 28,501; Miner Co. Ltd.. 
16,404; Ministry of Attorney General, 44,022; Ministry of Government Services, 884,726; Ministry 
of Health, 76,440; Ministry of Transportation and Communications. 38,938; 3M Canada Ltd., 67,987; 
Modern Launderers & Cleaners, 20,481; Monarch Fine Foods Ltd., 38,863; John Moore. 10,492; 
G. A. Morrison and Son Coal Co., 54,559; Robert Morse Corporation Ltd., 11,603; Mother Parker's 
Foods Ltd., 73,350; Motor Coach Industries Ltd., 56,235; Murphy Tobacco Ltd., 11,591; Nairn 
Group Home, 15,480; National Grocers Ltd., 234,675; Native Womens Association of Ontario. 28,445; 
Nautilus Arts& Crafts Ltd., 15.865; Neeleys Van and Storage Co. Ltd.. 13,614; S. H. Newman Co. 
Ltd., 16,660; Nock Brothers and Ayre, 10,366; North Eastern Blue Bird Bus Sales. 19,901 ; Northern 
and Central Gas Corp., 43,456; Northern Community Development. 43.603; Northern Telephone 
Ltd., 20,657; Northwestern Resource Centre. 29.816; N.T.I National Ltd., 58,789; T. Nye. 10,020 
Office Overload Co. Ltd., 99,038; Office Specialty Ltd.. 82,139; Olivetti Underwood Ltd.. 79,094 
Ontario Hog Producers Marketing Board. 59,296; Ontario Hydro. 221,437; Ellen Osier Home. 15,356 
Otis-Starr Ltd., 68,780; Our Boys' Ranch, 14,336; Outlook, 24,411; Palm Dairies Ltd.. 31,546 
PC L Packaging Ltd.. 10.266; Pearl Produce, 18,897; Peel Creamery, 39,114; Penmans Ltd . 22,520 
Petrofina Canada Ltd.. 56.313; Philips Electronics Industries, 47,152; Piccadilli Square Inc.. 27,899 
Pine Home, 42.762; Pleasant Villa Home, 13,670; J. K. Plumtree Sales, 10,412; N. E. Price, 17,489 
Prince Hotel, 10,415; Provigo Ottawa Incorporated, 19,897; Public Utilities Commission Cobourg 
18,046; Public Utilities Commission Gait, 14,536; Public Utilities Commission Oakville, 31.897 
Quatic Chemicals Ltd.. 23,235; J. Quattrochi and Co. Ltd., 13,084; Queen Square Doctors, 36,326 

D. L. Ralley, 24,800; RCA. Victor Co. Ltd., 11,790; Reality Group Homes Incorporated, 14.911 
Real Life Incorporated. 87,798; Receiver General of Canada, 97,457; Redpath Sugars Ltd., 170.536 
Regional Municipality of Waterloo, 10,884; Reid Automotive & Equipment Supplies Co.. 11.209 
Evelyn Richardson, 12,437; Riverdale Hospital, 66,956; Riverside House, 20,481; H. F. Robertson, 
11,259; Rocamora Brothers Ltd., 23,414; R. Rogerson, 20,459; Alex Ross, 12.122; Rothmans of Pall 
Mall Canada Ltd., 16,844; Guy Rouleau. 11.656; P. Rowsell. 10,500; Russelsteel Ltd., 71,977; Safety 
Supply Co., 14,370; Otto Salonen, 12,355; Salvation Army Religous Services, 33,166; J. M. Schneider 
Ltd.. 19.666; Schwenker Builders Ltd., 12,750; S.C.M. Book Room, 14,893 ;Servisonic Ltd.. 12,269; 
Shell Canada Ltd., 144,743; Silverwood Dairies Ltd., 12,967; Simcoe Public Utilities Commission. 
17,177; Simpsons Sears Ltd., 23,167; S. & K. Jobbers, 13,774; G. Skerritt, 13,674; Smith's Farm Dairy. 
15,735; G. A. Snow, 23,522; Ian Sone & Associates, 24,000; Sony of Canada Ltd.. 10.782; South 
River Lumber Co., 52,449; Sperry Rand Canada Ltd., 12,635; Sports Equipment of Toronto Ltd.. 
36,767; St. Lawrence Sugar Refineries, 38,606; Stafford Food Ltd., 15,598; R. V. Stafford Agencies 
Ltd.. 31.626; W. Stahle General Contractors Ltd., 41,439; Starkman Surgical Supply Ltd., 30,635; 
Stuart's Branded Foods Ltd., 34,212; Steel Co. of Canada Ltd., 21,263; Stratford Group Home, 



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13,660; Sudbury Group Home, 103,210; Sudbury Steam Laundry Ltd., 10,034; W. Sutton, 13,455; 
Swift Canadian Co. Ltd., 110,830; Swift Chemical Co., 12,956; Tandy Leather Co. of Canada Ltd., 
34,801; Glenn Tennant Transport, 11,252; Texaco Canada Ltd., 147,371; Thomson Groceries Ltd., 
26,895; J. S. Thomson, 15,512; Thornburn Computer Service Ltd., 15,649; Corporation of the City of 
Thunder Bay, 20,334; Thunder Bay Hydro, 1 6,942 ;Timmins Gravel Products Co. Ltd., 10,101 ; Toronto 
Group Homes Inc., 75,806; Toronto Hydro, 29,109; Town of Kenora Utilities, 12,584; Trafalgar 
Medical Clinic, 33,030; Union Gas Co. of Canada Ltd., 137,201; United Van Lines Canada Ltd. 
35,393; University of Guelph, 18,201 ; University of Ottawa, 26,688; Vallance Brown & Co. Ltd., 30,218 
Valley View Dairy, 25,835; Vanier Centre for Women, 47,197; Viking Group Homes, 188,575; Viking 
Houses, 288,739; Vineland Growers Co-op Ltd., 49,367; A. Volgyesi, 25,253; Wabasso Cotton Co. 
Ltd., 24,831; Waldale Orchards, 37,448; Frank Wall, 14,397; Warman's Products Ltd., 12,082; Mel 
Warnick, 12,445; Jack Watson Sports Inc., 12,500; C. N. Weber Ltd., 28,575; Weldwood of Canada 
Ltd., 20,680; Wellinger & Dunn Ltd., 27,840; Wequo Doong Group Homes, 50,723; Westburne 
Electric Supply Ltd., 14,097; Western Grocers Ltd., 11,620; Westinghouse Canada Ltd., 13,397; 
Weston Bakeries Ltd., 17,774; White Sister Uniform Inc., 19,445; Whitefield Meat Packers Ltd., 25,940; 
J. E. Wiegandand Co. Ltd., 13,142; Wilkinson and Kompass Ltd., 11,876; Willis Plumbing & Heating 
Ltd., 68,317; Windsor Packing Co. Ltd., 12,234; Wonder Bakeries, 28,632; G. H. Wood and Co. Ltd., 
33,887; Woods Bag and Canvas Co. Ltd., 10,539; F. W. Woolworth Co. Ltd., 12,328; W. F. Wright, 
32,388; Wrights Cleaners, 14,087; Wyant and Co. Ltd., 16,362; Xerox of Canada Ltd., 109,604; Y. & 
W. Sportswear Inc., 26,302; York Fish Company Ltd., 10,914; Young Robertson Ltd., 11,336; A. B. 
Zacks, 22,548; Zellers, 13,877;-Accounts under $10,000, 7,219,945. 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($2,717,422): 
Grants to Persons ($68,222): 

Bursaries to Indian Students, 23,795; Compassionate Allowances— Sundry Persons. 14,150; Profes- 
sional Training Fellowships, 4,000; Rehabilitation Assistance— Sundry Persons, 26,277. 

Grants to Non-Commercial Institutions ($182,500): 

A. Y. Alienated Youth of Canada, 5,000; Committee on Ontario Native Organizations, 6,500; Fortune 
Society of Canada, 3,000; Elizabeth Fry Societies, 30,000; John Howard Society— Ontario, 
43,000; Prison Arts Foundation, 5,000; Salvation Army, 47,000; Transition House Incorporated, 
8,000; University of Ottawa-Centre of Criminology, 35,000. 

Grants to Private Training Schools ($2,134,300): 
St. John's School, Uxbridge, 2,134,300. 

Grants to Compensate for Municipal Taxation ($332,400): 

City of Barrie, 2,250; City of Brantford, 2,600; City of Cornwall, 1,250; City of Kitchener, 1,850; 
City of Nanticoke, 8,750; City of North Bay, 3,400; City of Owen Sound, 2,000; City of St. 
Thomas, 850; City of Sudbury, 9,250; City of Toronto, 38,550; City of Woodstock, 1 ,350; Corpora- 
tion of the Borough of Etobicoke, 15,000; Corporation of the City of Brampton, 23,400; Corpora- 
tion of the City of Brockville, 1,200; Corporation of the City of Cambridge, 6,900; Corporation 
of the City of Chatham, 1,800; Corporation of the City of Guelph, 40,300; Corporation of the 
City of Hamilton, 4,800; Corporation of the City of London, 3,800; Corporation of the City of 
Pembroke, 1,600; Corporation of the City of Peterborough, 1,200; Corporation of the City of St. 
Catharines, 3,400; Corporation of the City of Sarnia, 3,450; Corporation of the City of Sault Ste. 
Marie, 1,950; Corporation of the City of Stratford, 1,350; Corporation of the City of Thunder Bay, 
10,250; Corporation of the City of Windsor, 5,100; Corporation of the Town of Thorold, 8,150 
Corporation of the Township of Gloucester, 8,900; Corporation of the Township of Medonte, 
2,000; Corporation of the Township of Mulmur, 2,000; Corporation of the Village of Alfred, 
8,000; Corporation of the Village of L'Orignal, 1,350; Municipal Corporation of the Town of 
Kenora, 4,300; Municipality of Cavan, 12,450; Municipality of the Town of Perth, 1,300; Town of 
Cobourg, 2,050; Town of Fort Frances, 700; Town of Haileybury, 1,600; Town of Lindsay, 
7,200; Town of Milton, 1,250; Town of Iroquois Falls, 9,900; Town of Newcastle, 7,500; Town 
of Oakville, 6,000; Town of Orangeville, 1,000; Town of Parry Sound, 1,800; Town of Simcoe, 
1,700; Town of Whitby, 2,700; Township of Brantford, 12,600; Township of Glenelg, 2,000; 
Township of Hamilton, 4,500; Township of Richmond, 5,100; Township of Rideau, 11,000; 
Township of Simcoe, 5,750; Township of Vespra, 2,000. 

Total Other Payments 27,871 ,407 



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Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($18,000) 

Hon. R. T. Potter 18,000 

Deposit, Trust and Reserve Accounts ($38) 
Reserve for Outstanding Cheques 38 

Summary of Expenditures 

Voted— 

Salaries and Wages 66,391,962 

Employee Benefits 6,772,788 

Travelling Expenses 1,1 83,288 

Other Payments 27,871,407 

102,219,445 



Statutory 18,038 



Total Expenditure, Ministry of Correctional Services 102,237,483 



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MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL 

Hon. G. A. Kerr, Minister 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($75,099,158) 

C. E. Brannan Deputy Minister 6,278 

A. A. Russell Deputy Minister 28,982 

W. G. Alexander, 20,987; J. J. Allan, 22,616; S. Allinson, 26,979; J. M. Anderson, 22,496; R. F. Andrew, 
22,526; W. H. Armstrong, 24,545; D. A. Atam, 23,575; E. J. Baker, 30,533; D. E. Barrett, 22,858; R. C. 
Barron, 21,308; S. W. Bartlett, 24,333; J. R. Bateman, 20,334; C. A. Beacock, 22,166; E. Bell, 39,168; 
R. L. Bender, 22,529; R. C. Bennett, 35,753; A. H. Bird, 36,265; F. R. Blucher, 22,798; W. J. Bolton, 
24,920; P. G. Boukouris, 22,229; L. D. Briden, 20,001; G. W. Brohier, 24,285; M. A. Brown, 26,744; 
S. E. Brown, 24,324; L. G. Bruner, 20,984; R. W. Burkett, 21,154; J. E. Butlin, 23,100; A. Campbell, 
22,644; H. F. Cartier, 22,195; A. N. Chaddock, 22,343; R. K. Chalmers, 22,237; G. Cimbura, 24,310; 
E. G. Clair, 24,315; T. D. Clark, 22,166; J. E. Closs, 21,001; G. E. Code, 22,521; H. J. Coedy, 22,466; 
G R. Coffin, 18,829; A. K. Collins, 22,650; G. H. Cooper, 20,971 ; H. B. Cotnam, 38,079; T. H. Craig, 20,799; 
W. C. Craig, 20,461; C. B. Cresswell, 23,370; J. P. Crozier, 23,293; M. J. Culkeen, 23,469; F. E. Davies, 
27,460; R. C. Dawson, 21,127; J. Denver, 21,252; R. H. Devereux, 25,933; B. E. Dorigo, 20,971 ; J. A. Driver, 
20,549; J. C. Ducharme, 21,074; G. A. Duguid, 26,122; R. W. Durand, 21,746; A. T. Eady, 25,061 ; J. S. 
Eastwood, 20,038 ;»J. R. Edgar, 22,207; L. H. Edwards, 21,024; J. L. Erskine, 30,473; L. H. Erskine,, 22,466; 
S. C. Fairweather, 22,022; R. A. Ferguson, 24,947; A. A. Forester, 22,929; A. E. Forster, 20,859; A. T. Foss, 
20,668; R. A. Francisco, 21,383; R. A. Fruin, 20,533; J. A. Fullerton, 22,385; H. J. Funk, 27,166; W. H. 
Galpin, 20,181 ; H. T. Garry, 24,851 ; L. R. Gartner, 32,919; R. H. George, 22,166; A. W. Goard, 24,730; 
P. F. Gow, 27,834; H. H. Graham, 41,934; T. J. Graham, 33,884; W. J. Grant, 20,728; G. S. Gray, 21,433; 
K. W. Grice, 30,473; J. E. Grubb, 22,665; J. G. Guay, 22,604; H. E. Guttman, 20,41 1 ; E. B. Hale, 32,312; 
T. L. Hall, 20,053; G. Hampson, 22,472; J. W. Harding, 24,315; C. H. Heck, 24,302; G. H. Hemes, 20,028; 
B. K. Hickey, 20,560; J. H. Hickling, 21,772; D. D. Higley, 25,455; R. W. Hill, 20,500; J. M. Hillmer, 
25,000; J. Hillsdon-Smith, 47,878; H. V. Howting, 21,087; E. G. Hunsperger, 20,533; I. K. Hutcheon, 
21,142; W. Johnston, 27,460; J. A. Jolley, 22,832; J. H. Jones, 20,619; J. T. Kavanagh, 20,619; J. S. Kay, 
25,007; G. M. Keast, 22,569; J. H. Kendall, 23,099; E. P. King, 31,995; H. R. Knight, 20,533; H. G. Knox, 
20,829; W. E. Kotva, 20,313; G. A. Krishna, 24,540; M. Kulmatycki, 21,308; W. R. Lee, 22,166; J. W. 
Lidstone, 24,880; E. S. Loree, 26,463; D. M. Lucas, 30,721; J. Lukash, 20,525; L. G. Lyle, 22,873; F. B. 
Lymburner, 22,526; E. J. Macdougal, 24,650; R. J. Macgarva, 24,825; J. D. Macintosh, 21,806; N. J. 
MacKinnon, 21,746; A. K. MacLeod, 20,971; J. A. MacPherson, 24,635; J. S. McBride, 25,007; J. C. 
McKendry, 21,613; R. McKie, 26,182: J. S. McLaren, 27,460; J. W. McPherson, 21,313; N. K. McCombe, 
26,682; J. L. Mennill, 27,266; E. W. Miller, 30,533; C. G. Monk, 24,486; J. W. Moore, 20,106; E. A. Moss, 
24,892; W. G. Murray, 22,857; C. A. Naismith, 26,062; T. P. Noack, 20,519; G. Osmond, 24,817; W. C. 
Palmer, 21,220; M. I. Peer, 20,267; G. A. Pelletier, 22,964; H. V. Pelz, 22,028; J. P. Racine, 26,752; S. J. 
Raybould, 20,032; A. M. Rodger, 24,866; L. A. Savage, 20,701 ; P. Sawatzky, 22,879; H. M. Sayeau, 25,007; 
E. L. Schroeder, 20,913; H. D. Sears, 24,295; W. S. Shimmin, 26,276; J. F. Simmons, 20,883; G. L. 
Skaftfeld, 20,529; L. N. Skelton, 22,166; G. E. Smith, 30,443; J. A. Smith, 20,541 ; H. E. Sparling, 22,559; 
L. W. Spry, 23,176; R. Strawson, 20,529; J. G. Tappenden, 22,586; F. J. Taylor, 27,460; T. A. Thomson, 
23,447; H. S. Thurston, 22,166; N. Timmerman, 24,333; D. R. Trask, 20,509; J. J. Trudel, 22,879; H. G. 
Tuthill, 20,525; R. M. Waddell, 20,971 ; A. J. Wart, 22,344; D. E. Wellesley, 24,660; V. C. Welsh, 24,720; 
D. M. Westover, 21,778; H. H. Wheeler, 20,578; R. G. White, 21,692; S. Whitehouse, 22,526; T. H. Whitney, 
21.812; H. G Wilkins, 23,157; C. G. Wilkinson, 21,216: R. N. Williams, 23,642; F. L. Wilson, 38,233; 
K. E. Wilson, 22,445 ; G. H. Winter, 20,380 ; D. K. Wood, 20,377 ;— Other salaries and wages under $20,000, 
70,258,315. 

Payments to other Ministries: Management Board of Cabinet, 355,816; Ministry of Government Services, 
138,627; Metropolitan Toronto Police, 22,820. 
Less: Recoveries from Ministries and Agencies, 1 17,693. 



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Employee Benefits ($8,223,180) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 639,386; Group Life Insurance, Long Term 

Income Protection, Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 2,082,703; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 

3,557,931 ; Unemployment Insurance, 721 ,21 1 . 

OP P. Group Life Insurance, 5,038. 
Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario, 244,075. 
Other Benefits — Attendance Gratuities, 353,810; Attendance Bonus, 625,697. 

Less: Transferred to other Ministries, 6,671. 

Travelling Expenses ($1,554,475) 

D. J. Alsop, 3,343; R. C. Benett, 3,670; W. R. Bennett, 3,026; W. C. Bowles, 5,361; R. Charlbois, 2,541; J. 

Closs, 2,973; H. B. Cotnam, 3,288; C. A. Cousens, 3,540; G. H. Cooper, 2,530; R. C. Dawson, 2,879; 

D. K. Dupre, 5,028; J. L. Erskine, 2,794; D. B. Farnsworth, 2,918; L. R. Gartner, 3,177; W. H. 

Galpin, 3,358; H. H. Graham, 2,631; K. W. Grice, 2,586; R. Guay, 3,285; G. W. Hankin, 

5,003; R. B. Henderson, 2,825; J. H. Hickling, 3,511; E. J. Hills, 3,333; W. Johnston. 2,651; 

G. A. Kerr, 9,002; W. R. Lee, 3,281; T. Lennon, 3,510; R. J. MacGarva, 2,988; A. K. MacLeod, 4,970; 

J. S McLaren, 4,892; J. W. McPherson, 3,091 ; R. D. Murison, 2,595; W. B. O'Rourke, 2,566; W. R. Patterson, 

3,049; L. J. Pelissero, 2,868; W. R. Perrin, 3,446; J. R. Reid, 3,043; D. J. Robson, 4,087; A. A. Russell, 

5,614; L. Savage, 4,624; W. S. Shimmin, 5,613; F.J.Taylor, 3,070; R. M. Waddeil, 2,634; W. K. Wellstead, 

3,228; F. L. Wilson, 4,494;-Other accounts under $2,500, 1,278,301. 
Travelling Expenses not Allocated to Individuals: 

Aylmer Motel, 2,887; Great Lakes Airlines Ltd., 4,425; King Edward Sheraton, 4,045; Ministry of the 
Attorney-General, (6,847); Ministry of Natural Resources, 17,060; Ministry of Treasury. Economics 
and Intergovernmental Affairs, (6,366); Peleshok Motors Ltd., 93,992; Toronto Airport Hilton, 2,648; 
The Westbury, 5,414. 

Other Payments ($20,584,159) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($18,903,546): 

Acme Seeley Ltd., 15,990; Algonquin Manufacturing Ltd., 16,195; Alpine Graphic Products, 13,955 
Anstey Graphic Limited, 17,114; Anthes Business Forms Ltd., 13,675; Arnold Lumber, 11,236 
Arrow Petroleum Ltd., 13,203; Atlas Polar Co. Ltd., 15,268; B.G.M. Colour Labs Ltd., 17,968 
Barrie Air Services Ltd., 19,367; Barrie Board of Police Commissioners, 24,200; Beaver Foods 
49,065; Bell Canada, 18,600; Bell Helicopter Co., 419,584; Bombardier Ont. Ltd., 29,250; BP Oil Ltd. 
583,865; Brooks M.B. Meats Ltd., 14,540; Bunt, D. G„ 22,237; CD. A. Industries Ltd., 24,780 
C.N. Express, 14,357; C.N. Telecommunications, 185,028; C.P. Express, 14,020; Campbell's Eggs 
10,254; Canadian General Electric Co. Ltd., 427,849; Canadian Textile Screen Prints Ltd., 15,427 
Canadian Industries Ltd., 45,008; Canadian Marconi Company, 29,794; Canadian Motorola 
Electric Ltd., 73,919; Cass, E., 20,959; Caswell Dairy, 14,326; Canadian Corps Commis- 
ssionaires, 20,717; Central Airways, 19,353; Central Scientific Co. Ltd. 39,963; Centre 
Criminology University of Toronto, 52,944; Chef Foods Ltd., 49,139; Chemical Protection Co. Ltd., 
10,105; Chrysler Canada Ltd., 1,631,459; Commercial Caterers Ltd., 64,968; Communications Res. & 
Dev., 55,470; Craft Originators, 19,698; Cranston, G. P., 15,977; Cutting Limited, 18,033; Devlin, 
J. T., 10,610; Dickson, J., 16,964; Dominion Auto Accessories, 46,647; Dominion of Canada General 
Insurance, 251,049; Domtrec Sales Limited, 15,772; Dworatzek, L. G., 11,021 ; George S. P. Ferguson, 
18,250; Firth Bros. Limited, 220,494; Flynn, K, 11,370; Ford Motor Co. of Canada, 36,152; 
Fra;er, J., 18,363; Gage Envelopes Ltd., 12,158; Garnett Auto Parts Ltd., 16,958; Gartha, I. V.. 
11,380; Gaunt, J. R., & Son, 16,513; General Binding Corp., 11,939; General Motors Canada Ltd., 
1,489,545; Golden Eagle Canada Ltd., 27,596; Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. Ltd., 308,174; Grand 
Toy Ltd., 10,688; Grant, Stanley A., Limited, 18,101; Great Lakes Helicopters, 66,492; Greb Shoes 
Limited, 72,932; Gregg, J. T., & Associates, 21,206; Griffin House Graphics, 30,320; Grote Manu- 
facturing Canada Ltd., 47,268; Guelph Correctional Centre Industries, 15,854; Gulf Oil Canada Ltd., 
527,435; Hall Photographic Supply Ltd., 115,773; Hallowell Removal Service, 20,365; Hamilton 
General Hospital, 76,041; Hansen Leather Manufacturing, 27,958; Harley-Davidson Cycle Co., 
114,391; Hewlett Packard, 12,926; Hickeson-Langs Supply Co., 21,363; Hickling Johnston Ltd., 
33,297; Highway Trailers Canada, 11,109; Hitch House, The, 113,165; House of Stone, 16,405; 
Huck Glove Company Ltd., 19,923; Hughes-Owens Co. Ltd., 17,475; Huntington Laboratories Ltd., 
17,775; Husky Oil Ltd., 73,221 ; Hutson, 18,180; IBM Canada Ltd., 81,724; Imperial Oil Ltd., 829,894; 
Industrial Building Maintenance, 11,660; Dr. Isaac, R. G., 16,711; Ivey Trailers, 35,887; Jentz, L. A., 



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10,605; Jones, A., 22,361; Kaufman Footwear Limited, 19,389; Keating, C. Y , Services Ltd., 34,197; 
Kendall, W. T., 27,712; Kingston Dodge Chrysler, 10, 141; Kopytek, S., Dr., 10,661; Laurentian 
Air Service, 13,659; Lerner & Associates, 15,277; London Flying Club, 18,131; London Police 
Department, 40,206; Lovering, J. D., 26,052; MacDonald, F. W., 25,422; MacKinnon & Bowes Ltd., 
23,232; Management Board Secretariat, 34,322; Manitou Airways Ltd., 17,788; Maranda Inc., 12,578; 
Mason, D. M., 13,900; Mason, F. G , Engineering Inc., 22,900; Merritt, J. O , 11,472; Metro Toronto 
Police, 10,291; Milton, M. E., 29,948; Ministry of Attorney General, (65,988); Ministry of Govern- 
ment Services, 572,224; Ministry of Industry & Tourism, 59,429; Ministry of Natural Resources, 
64,3 1 5 ; Ministry of Transportation & Communications, ( 1 ,028,974) ; Ministry of Treasury & Economics, 
(238,981); Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing of Canada, 45,839; Murphy Oil Co., 25,020; 
Naiberg, M., 18,571; Newsome & Gilbert Ltd., 12,459; Niagara Regional Police Force, 12,036; Noble, 
A. E., 27,164; Office Overload Systems, 11,831; Office Overload Co. Ltd., 145,420; Office Specialty 
Ltd., 23,625; Olivetti Canada Ltd., 24,801; Ontario Council St. John Ambulance, 17,204; Ontario 
Hydro, 18,359; Ontario Safety League, 10,144; Outdoor Outfits Ltd., 36,386; Pan, P. D., 10,742; 
Park, J. N., 23,000; Patterson, J. A., 11,379; Patterson, W. S., 11,326; Peachy, A. B., 11,626; Peleshok 
Motors Ltd., 38,616; Peninsula Air Service Ltd., 18,802; Penton, R. B., 19,954; Petrofina Canada, 
104,832; Pidutti, J. A., 12,443; Prevost, M. J., 12,222; Public Relations Services, 30,300; Rathbronc, 
E. D., 13,220; Receiver General for Canada, 171,861 ; Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth, 
12,282; Regional Municipality of Peel, 21,082; Remington Arms of Canada, 31,760; Resources 
Management Consultants, 35,123; Ritchie, R. C, 14,508; Robinson, J. B. C, 11,709; Robson, C. C, 
Dr., 15,157; Royal Canadian Mounted Police Quarterly, 135,378; Russel Winter and Co., 21,210; 
Rutherford Photographic, 35,697; Safety House of Canada, 19,038; Sainthill Levine & Co., 289,195; 
Sawchuk, R. J., 10,870; Schulde, J. M., 14,025; Scott, W. A., 10,760; Seaver, R , 18,466; Sereno 
Luciano, 12,649; Shearer, R. S., 11,632; Shell Canada, 805,131; Silvano Color Lab Ltd., 10,618; 
Sparks, F. P., 14,412; Standard Auto Glass, 26,165; Sterling Fuels, 41,229; Stocks, A. G , 12,120; 
Stokes Cap & Regalia Ltd., 42,060; Sudbury General Hospital, 11,469; Summerhill Productions, 
19,982; Sun Oil Co. Ltd., 321,141; Taylor, M., Dr., 16,788; Telford Craddock Co. Ltd., 10,908; 
Tepperman, Paul B., 24,655; Texaco Canada, 689,754; Texas Instruments Inc., 50,129; Thompson 
Ahern & Co. Ltd., 14,228; Thomson, J. A., 21,021; Three M Canada Limited, 22,798; Treck Photo- 
graphic, 1 1,184; U of T Office Comptroller, 33,461 ; Walsh, M. J., 1 1,986; Weaver Empire Fuels, 32,463; 
Westbury, The, 28,995; Whyte Hooke Papers, 26,011; Wiegand, J. E, & Co. Ltd., 72,622; Wood. 
G. H , & Co. Ltd., 48,757; Willison, Paul, Ltd., 1 1,509; Wyatt, W. J., 10,500; Xerox of Canada Limited, 
72,926; X-10 Equipment & Supplies Ltd., 10,768; Yeh, C. S., 14,655; -Accounts under $10,000. 
5,675,757. 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($1,680,612): 
Grants ($11 1,506): 

Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 50,000; St. John Ambulance Association, 
50,000; -Sundry grants under $10,000, 11,506. 

Municipal Projects ($1,569,106): 

Algoma-Sault Area, 16,716; Barrie Board Police Commissioners, 12,513; Brant County, 17,359; 
Bruce County, 16,665; City of Belleville, 20,538; City of Hamilton, 31,597; City of Kingston, 
18,904; City of London, 15,505; City of North Bay, 25,560; City of Peterborough, 12,970; City 
of St. Thomas, 16,086; City of Windsor, 38,656; Corporation City Thunder Bay, 1 14,176; Corpora- 
tion of City of Windsor, 175,000; Corporation Township of Nepean, 70,400; Corporation City 
Chatham, 42,224; Corporation City North Bay, 84,217; Corporation Town of Kirkland Lake, 
15,163; County of Peel, 15,670; Grey County, 17,538; Haldimand County, 26,826; Innisfil Town- 
ship Police Commission, 38,461; Lanark County, 11,916; Leeds and Grenville, 15,323; Munici- 
pality Metro Toronto, 252,706; Niagara Region, 39,470; Northumberland and Durham, 12,453; 
Ontario County, 26,134; Orillia Board Police Commissioners, 31,636; Ottawa-Carleton Region, 
46,739; Perth County, 19,626; Prescott and Russell, 11,833; Regional Municipality of Waterloo, 
30,563; Simcoe County, 16,132; Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry, 20,753; Sudbury Region, 
27,249; Thunder Bay Area, 17,188; Town of Kenora, 19,462; Town of Petrolia, 14,652; Victoria 
County, 12,372; Wellington County, 20,156; York Region, 13,587; Town of Timmins, 24,841;- 
Subsidies under $10,000, 41,571 . 

Total Other Payments 20,584,159 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($17,772) 

Hon. G. A. Kerr, Q.C 1 7,772 



1,553 



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MINISTRY OF THE SOLICITOR GENERAL-Continued 
Hearings under The Policy Act ($1,553) 

Under $10,000 

Summary of Expenditures 

Voted - 

Salaries and Wages 75,099,158 

Employee Benefits 8,223,180 

Travelling Expenses 1 ,554,475 

Other Payments 20,584,159 

105 

Statutory 

Total Expenditure, Ministry of Solicitor General $105,480,297 






460,972 
19,325 



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RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT POLICY 

Hon. A. Grossman, Minister 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($289,401) 

G. H. U. Bayly Deputy Provincial Secretary 45,243 

J. K. Reynolds Deputy Provincial Secretary 2,870 

H. A. Clarke, 24,044; W. L. Dick, 5,547; E. M. Markle, 23,159; R. A. Simpson, 25,720; M. F. Walmsley, 
30,721 ;— Other salaries and wages under $20,000, 132,097. 

Employee Benefits ($24,371) 

Payments to Treasurer of Ontario— re: Canada Pension Plan, 2,007; Group Insurance, 5,132; Public Service 

Superannuation Fund, 13,524; Unemployment Insurance, 2,136. 
Other Benefits— Attendance Bonus Credits, 2,482; — Less recoveries from other Ministries, 910. 

Travelling Expenses ($36,717) 

Hon. A. Grossman, 9,526; G. H. U. Bayly, 5,967; J. K. Reynolds, 80;-Accounts under $2,500, 21,144. 

Other Payments ($163,226) 

Ministry of Government Services, 20,064; The Houston Group Communication Ltd., 30,368; Smith, Auld, 
and Associates Ltd., 33,395;- Accounts under $10,000, 79,399. 

Statutory 
Minister's Salary ($18,000) 

Hon. A. Grossman 1 8,000 



Summary of Expenditures 

Voted — 

Salaries and Wages 289,401 

Employee Benefits 24,371 

Travelling Expenses 36,71 7 

Other Payments 1 63,226 

513,715 

Statutory 1 8,000 



Total Expenditures, Resources Development Policy $531,715 



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MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 

Hon. William A. Stewart, Minister 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($21,334,058) 

T. R. Hilliard Deputy Minister 44,792 

R. G. Bennett Assistant Deputy Minister 40,779 

K. E. Lantz Assistant Deputy Minister 38,233 

A. M. Adams, 27,117; E. T. Anderson, 27,117; J. A. Archibald, 34,722; G. R. Bagg, 20,023; C. D. Bailey, 
20,681 ; C. S. Baldwin, 20,508; F. Barnes, 24,285; A. G. Bennett, 32,416; H. Blum, 22,181 ; P. H. Bomford, 
20,100; O. A. Bradt, 22,685; D. Broome, 25,976; R. H. Brown, 20,508; J. E. Brubaker, 20,023; W. S. 
Bulmer, 21,851 ; A. Burrell, 30,170; J. D. Butler, 26,953; M. Chang, 23,447; J. A. Charlton, 20,961 ; J. H. 
Clarke, 20,508; W. H. Clarkson, 20,995; R. E. Class, 20,508; R. A. Cline, 22,685; L. G. Coleman, 20,508; 
G. R. Craig, 25,669; H. F. Crown, 30,721; R. F. Crowther, 22,685; J. D. Curtis, 27,266; D. G. Davis, 
20,508; W. V. Doyle, 23,152; G. A. Driver, 20,023; H. Ediger, 30,721; G. M. Elliot, 20,508; K. E. Fallis, 
22,486; G. C. Fisher, 20,508; G. C. Fleming, 20,508; R. A. Fleming, 21,389; W. B. Fox, 20,023; R. Frank, 
30,512; T. Fuleki, 22,685; D. B. George, 22,924; R. F. Gomme, 20,023; H. H. Grenn, 20,101 ; J. J. Hagarty, 
20,023; C. L. Hamilton, 20,023; F. J. Harden, 20,508; E. A. Haslett, 30,721; A. R. Hawkshaw, 27,266; 
R. F. Heard, 20,023; J. N. Henry, 21,275; T. G. Hicks, 20,023; R. G. Hill, 23,840; L. G. Hooker, 20,023; 
M. A. Huff, 22,774; R. J. Humble, 22,955; A. Hutchinson, 22,685; O. R. Irvine, 20,508; M. J. Jaegar, 
21,749; R. H. Jardin, 20,023; J. F. Jewson, 24,285; R. J. Julian, 20,508; T. C. Kells, 24,285; E. A. Kerr, 
24,337; J. H. Krauter, 22,911; B. W. Lapp, 20,508; J. P. Lautenslager, 22,720; G. W. Lentz, 20,253; A. 
Loughton, 22,685; D. G. Luckham, 20,508; J. A. MacDonald, 27,266; C. F. MacGregor, 20,023; B. L. 
McCorquodale, 20,023; J. W. McCullough, 20,023; K. A. McDermid, 27,983; K. A. McEwen, 32,416; 
M. McGhee, 20,508; H. E. McGill, 27,266; J. W. Mclnally, 25,357; H. M. McKercher, 26,953; A. D. 
McLaren, 20,508; E. B. Meads, 20,508; J. A. Meiser, 23,381; T. R. Melady, 20,508; D. H. Miles, 20,023; 
W. A. Montcalm, 24,285; A. M. Morphet, 20,508; H. J. Neely, 20,508; F. C. Nelson, 20,508; H. F. Noble, 
22,518; H. G. Norry, 20,023; P. G. Oliver, 20,508; J. E. O'Meara, 25,756; J. C. Palmer, 26,721; N. C. 
Palmer, 22,955; H. C. Pauls, 22,774; A. J. Peppin, 20,023; S. C. Phatak, 20,785; T. J. Pridham, 20,508; 
J. T. Proctor, 20,500; J. G. Proulx, 27,901 ; J. R. Rainforth, 20,023; J. C. Rennie, 23,698; W. H. Richardson, 
20,023; C. L. Ricketson, 22,685; P. A. Rutherford, 24,285; N. V. Sanderson, 20,508; C. B. Schneller, 
27,266; R. Sewell, 35,889; R. I. Shaver, 20,508; A. V. Skepasts, 20,508; E. H. Smith, 20,023; W. W. Snow, 
27,266; V. I. Spencer, 21,545; E. A. Starr, 24,307; R. J. Taggart, 20,508; P. A. Taylor, 20,508; G. Tehrani, 
22,150; R. A. Thompson, 24,285; L. G. Tompkins, 20,023; R. G. Urquhart, 23,647; A. A. Van Dreumel, 
22,955; V. C. Walker, 25,668; N. O. Watson, 24,285; J. Wiebe, 22,685; D. E. Williams, 30,721 ;-Other 
salaries and wages under $20,000, 18,436,267. 
Less Refunds: Sundry Persons, 108,268. 

Employee Benefits ($2,372,929) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario re: Canada Pension Plan, 214,296; Group Insurance, 108,886; Long 
Term Income Protection, 141,012; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 326,225; Public Service Superannuation 

Fund, 964,792; Unemployment Insurance, 232,185. 
Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario, 61,954. 
Other Benefits— re: Attendance Bonus Credits, 321,293; Death Benefits, 2,286. 

Travelling Expenses ($1,866,850) 

Hon. William A. Stewart, 2,238; Robert G. Eaton, M.P.P., 984; T. R. Hilliard, 1,514; G. E. Ackerman 
2,686; J. A. Archibald, 3,833; J. R. Ball, 2,781; F. Beaudry, 2,542; S. A. Becker, 2,752; B. H. Beggs 
2,994; K. Bereza, 2,858; R. Beshiri, 3,895; D. A. Blair, 3,209; A. Blezard, 3,564; J. E. Brubaker, 2,984 
K. A. Burnett, 2,879; J. D. Butler, 3,316; K. Caldwell, 3,085; G. Chambers, 2,638; M. G. Chemery 
2,936; W. H. Clarkson, 5,779; R. H. Cobbledick, 3,552; L. G. Coleman, 3,408; R. F. Comfort, 3,788 
H. F. Crown, 2,708; J. D. Curtis, 2,998; D. G. Davis, 3,704; A. M. Dell, 3,667; R. H. Denniss, 2,605 
W. J. Devins, 2,970; A. Donohoe, 2,624; W. V. Doyle, 3,356; F. Eckel, 3,134; K. E. Fallis, 2,538; L. Ferguson 
2,715; J. F. Field, 5,065; J. P. Fish, 2,661; D. H. Fisher, 3,847; G. C. Fisher, 2,510; K. H. Fisher, 3,202 
J. C. Fisher, 3,012; R. A. Forsyth, 3,814; R. Frank, 3,268; D. S. Fraser, 2,649; G. Garland, 3,426; M 



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MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD-Continued 

Gaudreault, 2,915; R. F. Gomme, 3,369; F. E. Goodyer, 3,221; W. J. Hamilton, 3,011; W. G. Harman, 
3,431 ; T. W. Harrison, 2,562; P. Heanen, 2,561 ; T. O. Heath, 2,656; L. E. Hill, 4,673; S. E. Howes, 2,713; 
K. M. Hubbs, 3,177; H. Hudson, 4,425; W. E. Hurst, 3,588; G. C. Jackson, 3,520; J. F. Jewson, 2,712 
D. S. Johnstone, 3,829; A. Joslin, 3,747; S. W. Kay, 3,724; B. Kennedy, 3,017; I. J. Kennedy, 2,549; M 
Klassen, 4,283; K. G. Knott, 4,174; I. Koyama, 2,658; M. T. Kurp, 2,736; H. C. Lang, 2,970; K. E. Lantz, 
2,811; J. Laplante, 2,548; G. L. Latour, 2,696; E. Lennox, 3,463; R. W. Lewis, 3,188; E. H. Lick, 2,908 
R. Lindsay, 2,553; H. F. Loewen, 2,511; J. M. Lynch, 5,269; P. J. Lynch, 2,674; F. MacDonald, 3,636; 
J. G. MacDonald, 4,787; R. G. Macintosh, 3,189; J. E. Madill, 4,016; A. Maille, 3,065; C. J. Marklevitz, 
2,606; J. R. Martin, 3,218; C. R. Martin, 3,244; D. L. Massey, 3,629; R. G. Mawhiney, 4,133; D. C. May, 
3,861 ; K. A. McEwen, 3,714; R. T. McMahon, 5,495; J. W. Mclnally, 2,794; R. D. McLaren, 3,283; A. G. 
McMillan, 2,555; J. D. McNabb, 3,253; A. McNair, 2,656; J. A. Meiser, 3,173; D. Mendes, 3,368; R. A. 
Miller, 2,822; K. Mills, 4,289; A. Moesker, 2,824; R. S. Moore, 3,540; W. Y. Moore, 3,141; J. P. Myslik, 
3,189; W. Nap, 4,255; J. C. Palmer, 3,042; H. C. Pauls, 5,116; C. A. Peloquin, 2,690; A. J. Peppin, 3,311; 
A. R. Poulter, 3,172; E. B. Pridham, 3,248; R. Quinton, 2,945; L. Racine, 2,521; J. R. Rainforth, 4,228; 
D. Reeves, 2,525; M. L. Reid, 2,641; J. C. Rennie, 3,477; L. Richer, 2,617; W. H. Richardson, 5,945; 
L. Rutledge, 2,634; N. V. Sanderson, 5,004; D. M. Sangster, 2,858; D. J. Scott, 2,900; J. C. Schleihauf, 
3,549; K. C. Sills, 3,081 ; R. G. Sisson, 2,813; L. E. Small, 2,523; G. J. Smith, 3,138; W. W. Snow, 3,793; 
K. Snowdon, 3,186; E. A. Starr, 2,880; A. Stoliker, 3,337; E. Stoehr, 4,716; D. Sunter, 4,490; N. R. Tarlton, 
4,508; G. W. Taylor, 3,228; W. D. Taylor, 2,576; A. Thompson, 3,127; E. Tomecek, 3,333; R. G. Urquhart, 
2,929 ; R. G. Vandenbossche, 3,828 ; L. Van Tichelen, 2,646 ; J. Visser, 3, 1 28 ; S. Watson, 2,647 ; R. Wettlaufer, 
4,132; J. Wheeler, 2,519; A. W. Whithead, 3,779; M. Wieland, 5,075; D. E. Williams, 3,255; H. E. Wright, 
2,953; H. C. Wright, 2,677; M. Zoeller, 3,663 ;-Other accounts under $2,500, 1,292,548. 
Travelling Expenses not Allocated to Individuals: 

A. J. Bus Lines Ltd., 7,218; Canada Coach Lines Ltd., 3,274; Canadian National Railways, 2,755; Geneva 
Park Office, 6,745; Hooker Air Services Ltd., 2,529; King Edward Sheraton Hotel, 4,323; Lord 
Simcoe Hotel, 7,436; Nonquon Travel Services, 6,075; Ontario Northland Transportation, 2,839; 
Receiver General for Canada, 22,820; Voyageur Colonial Ltd., 6,640. 



Other Payments ($83,250,201) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($7,316,352): 

Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, 22,165; Agricultural Publishing Co. Ltd., 13,350; Arnold-Nas 
Ltd., 19,761; Ministry of Attorney General, 149,299; Bartlett Manufacturing Co. Ltd., 10,631 
Beaver Food Service Associates Ltd., 376,196; Bell Canada, 117,893; Bellevue Pathe Ltd., 14,738; 
Keith J. Black, 19,785; E. H. Botterell, 13,200; BP Canada Ltd., 51,389; T. D. Burgess, 13,614; 
Caledon Laboratories, 11,942; Canadian Corps of Commissionaires, 32,951; Canadian Laboratory 
Supplies Ltd., 90,526; Canadian Linen Supply (Ontario) Ltd., 18,032; Canadian Pacific Express, 
10,810; Carl-Don Equipment Ltd., 14,462; Bert L. Carswell, 12,077; Graham Chambers Ltd., 20,889; 
Chisholm Machinery Sales Ltd., 23,871 ; Chrysler Canada Ltd., 82,544; Corn-Share Ltd., 14,452; D. W. 
Croskery, 10,412; Elmira Farm Service Ltd., 10,706; Joan Fielden Inc., 15,237; Fine Papers London 
Ltd., 31,008; Fisher Scientific Co. Ltd., 65,133; FMC of Canada Ltd., 17,980; Ford Motor Company 
of Canada Ltd., 98,117; General Motors Products of Canada Ltd., 59,227; General Printers Ltd., 
10,731; Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., 105,010; Globe Envelopes Products Ltd., 11,071; Ministry of 
Government Services, 472,527; Gulf Oil Canada Ltd., 35,789; Hall Photographic Supply Ltd., 14,974; 
Ministry of Health, 438,163; Hewlett Packard Canada Ltd., 10,438; Huxley-Irwin-Price Ltd., 35,461; 
Imperial Oil Ltd., 43,947; Ministry of Industry & Tourism, 41,479; I.B.M. Canada Ltd., 122,853; 
Jefco Ltd., 10,202; O. H. Johns, Scientific, 24,809; Ketchum Manufacturing Sales Ltd., 11,728; De 
Laval Co. Ltd., 47,670; Maple Leaf Mills Ltd., 10,045; Martin Feed Mills Ltd., 26,446; R. B. Mar- 
jerrison, 10,443; Charles Matthews Ltd., 11,000; 3M Canada Ltd., 30,732; M & M Farm Supply, 
23,910; National Cash Register Co. of Canada Ltd., 12,173; Nashua-Murritt Ltd., 22,958; Office 
Specialty Ltd., 13,873; Peat, Marwick & Partners, 26,039; Phillips' Husky Service, 11,626; John 
Pierce, 12,525; Pitney Bowes of Canada Ltd., 20,105; Receiver General for Canada, 113,751; Red 
Deer Livestock Market, 14,405; Rinehart & McKinnel Ltd., 28,146; Rogar/STB, 11,094; Lloyd Ross, 
12,969; Rutherford Audio Visual, 16,422; Shell Canada Ltd., 44,631; Source Data Control Ltd., 
15,395; Spramotor Ltd., 15,963; St. Clair Grain & Feeds, 13,387; Staff Builders, 17,967; St. Lawrence 
Plastics Ltd., 79,801; Stone Straw Corporation of Canada Ltd., 22,546; Sun Oil Co. Ltd., 25,580; 
Texaco Canada Ltd., 58,728; John P. Thompson, 10,114; Harry C. Taylor, 12,504; W. G. Thompson 
& Sons Ltd., 1 1 ,231 ; Tibben Equipment, 1 3,909; K. J. Tipper, 10,588; Trudel Equipment (New Liskeard) 
Ltd., 11,663; United Co-Operatives of Ontario, 94,374; University of Guelph, 146,726; Varian 
Associates of Canada Ltd., 12,700; F. E. Wagner Ltd., 14,043; Wang Laboratories (Canada) Ltd., 
18,794; Zeiss, Carl, Canada Ltd., 16,417;-Accounts under $10,000, 3,556,474. 
Less Refunds: Sundry Persons, 235,274. 






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MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD-Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($53,233,120): 

Grants specified in Expenditure Estimates ($107,605): 

Agricultural Economics Research Council, 7,500; Canadian Council on 4H Clubs, 7,480; Canadian 
Horticultural Council, 2,400; Central Ontario Cheesemakers' Association, 200; College "Royals'" 
— Centralia College of Agricultural Technology, 100; Kemptville College of Agricultural 
Technology, 100; Ontario Agricultural College. 100; Ridgetown College of Agricultural Tech- 
nology, 100; Entomological Society of Ontario, 300; International Plowing Match. 1,500; 
Junior Farmers' Association of Ontario, 4,500; Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies. 
350; Ontario Beef Cattle Performance Association. 500; Ontario Provincial Council of Rabbit 
Clubs, 100; Ontario Fur Breeders' Association Inc., 5.000; Ontario Horticultural Association. 
325; Ontario Pork Industry Council, 500; Ontario Sheep Breeders' Association, 500; Ontario 
Soil and Crop Improvement Association, 5,000; Ontario Swine Breeders' Association. 500; 
Ottawa Winter Fair, 20,000; Prince of Wales Prize. 250; Royal Winter Fair. 50.000; South 
Western Ontario Livestock Producers' Association, 300. 

Grants, Other ($47,698,563): 

Agricultural Manpower Service — Share of Cost of Housing for Seasonal Workers: 
Accounts under $10,000, 264,598. 

Grants to Apiarists: 

Sundry Persons, 679. 

Grants for Capital Purposes in Farm Development: 
Sundry Farmers, 16,539,984. 

Grants under The Drainage Act ($2,899,998): 

Towns ($113,369): 

Goderich, 37.799; Niagara-on-the-Lake. 75,570. 

Village: 

Wyoming, 1,146. 

Townships (2,762,730): 

Adelaide, 12,821; Alfred, 25,026; Alice and Fraser, 8,179; Amaranth, 4,674; Anderdon, 
1,304; Arran, 1,729; Arthur, 18,002; Ashfield, 10,342; Assiginack, 4,264; Augusta, 170; 
Barrie Island, 10,507; Bathurst, 26,290; Bayham, 3,251; Biddulph, 42,069; Blandford, 
12,650; Blenheim, 13,469; Bosanquet, 5,465; Brant, 4,509; Bromley, 23,034; Brooke, 
25,040; Caldwell, 32,229; Caledonia, 102,067; Calvin, 10,222; Camden, 4,001 ; Caradoc, 
10,457; West Carleton, 91,703; Carnarvon, 4,272; Chatham, 55,181; Colborne, 15,845; 
Colchester North, 5,780; Colchester South, 584; Cumberland, 1,766; Culross, 3,585; 
Dawn, 23,576; Delhi, 5,1 10; Derby, 3,1 10; Dereham. 54,650; North Dorchester, 25,974; 
South Dorchester, 2,502; Dover, 11,141; Downie, 65,448; Drummond, 33,613; South 
Dumfries, 3,194; Dunwich, 28,395; Eastnor, 5,010; South Easthope, 14,807; Ekfrid 
ll,745;Elderslie, 5,137; Ellice, 4,473; Elma, 5,124; North Elmsley, 8,074; Enniskillen 
18,910; Euphemia, 7,072; Finch, 16,472; South Fredericksburgh, 2,937; Fullarton 
8,432; Gloucester, 642; Goderich, 5,298; Gordon and Allan West. 4.599; Gosfield 
North, 3,498; Gosfield South, 880; Goulbourn, 151,308; Harwich, 4,826; Hay, 19,485 
East Hawkesbury, 15,675; West Hawkesbury, 25,356; Hibbert, 9,223; Howard, 13,562 
Hullett, 9,576; Huron, 2,017; Kenyon, 55,786; Kerns, 7.125; Kincardine. 12,984 
Lancaster, 22,511; Front of Leeds and Landsdowne, 86,263; Lobo. 35,957; Lochiel 
19,582; Logan, 25,108; London, 12,136; Longueuil, 13,771; West Luther, 38,298 
Maidstone, 4,599; Malahide, 1,225; Maiden, 5,996; March, 2,209; Matilda, 17,748 
McGillivray, 48,627; McKillop, 2,026; McNab, 3.318; Mersea, 10,535; Metcalfe 
17,155; Minto, 14,356; Mitchell, 495; Montague, 1,575; Moore, 14,691; Mornington 
13,548; Mosa, 3,600; Mountain, 31,371; Nepean, 8,191; Norfolk, 7,298; Normanby 
3,723; East Nissouri, 17,065; West Nissouri, 14,100; Orford, 1,943; Osgoode, 61,233 
East Oxford, 25,096; Pilkington, 10,661; Pittsburgh, 67,486; South Plantagenet, 37,839 
Plympton, 27,694; Proton, 33,697; Raleigh, 5,938; Ramsay, 37,602; Ratter and Dunnet 
18,250; Rideau, 29,641; Romney, 1,857; Ross, 9,450; Roxborough, 5,592; Russell 
36,710; Salter, May and Harrow, 49,250; Sarnia, 8,367; Sombra, 14,082; Southwold 
15,376; Stanley, 20,899; Stephen, 14,019; Thurlow, 15,652; Tilbury East, 11,726 
Tilbury North, 16,626; Tilbury West, 2,903; Tuckersmith, 32,971; Usborne, 12,086 
Vespra, 1,337; Wallace, 1,525; Warwick, 32,043; West Wawanosh, 1,160; Westminster 
17,011; Wilmot, 8,571; East Williams, 6,313; West Williams, 25,557; Williamsburgh 
47,764; Winchester, 132,954; Woolwich, 3,244; Yarmouth, 250; Zone, 7,618; East 
Zorra, 57,482; West Zorra, 945. 



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Personal Payees ($22,753): 

Camroy Construction Ltd., 8,463; K. Cohen, 207; Judge S. L. Clunis, 1,779; J. Favron, 482; 
Inglis Farm Drainage, 6,310; D. Johnson, 213; M. Kramp, 32; Manitoulin Tiling and 
Trenching, 5,349; R. J. Middleton Construction Ltd., 1,869; P. O'Regan, 69; D. Orford, 
73; J. K.Young, 1,540. 

Less Deposit Refunds: Sundry Persons, 3,633. 

Grants under The Farm Tax Reduction Program ($27,993,304): 

Sundry Persons, 27,993,710; Less Refunds: Sundry Persons, 406. 

Grants re: Agricultural and Horticultural Societies ($581,1 16): 
Sundry Societies, 581,1 16. 

Grants, achievement awards and other payments re: extension work ($275,996): 

Bennett Trophies, 12,945; Ottawa Winter Fair, 6,000; Sundry 4H Achievement Day Awards, 20,574; 
Northern Ontario Development Programs-Sundry Persons- Fertilizer, 139,299; Hay Trans- 
portation Assistance— Sundry Persons, 26,594; Land Clearing and Breaking, 4,629; Other 
Sundry Programs, 20,284; Seed and Pasture Mix, 40,949; Weed Control, Drainage and Equij 
ment, 4,722. 

Home Economics grants and achievement awards ($53,421): 

Heritage Silversmiths, 39,697; -Accounts under $10,000, 13,724. 

Livestock grants, subsidies and compensation payments ($202,710): 
Grants: ($163,945): 

Association holding sales of Pure Bred Stock, 3,942; Bull Premium Policy— Sundry Persons, 
28,951 ; Eastern Ontario Milk Improvement Project, 2,700; Horse, Cattle, Sheep and Swine 
Shows — Sundry Associations, 11,972; Livestock Improvement Program for Northern 
Ontario, 1974 — Sundry Persons, 45,387; Municipal Pounds Assistance — Sundry Munici- 
palities, 1 1,615; Ontario Pork Congress, 3,000; Ontario Swine Breeders' Association, 7,800; 
Poultry Associations and Artificial Insemination Grants, 46,622; Ram Premium Policy — 
Sundry Persons, 1,956. 

Sundry grants: ($38,765): 

Sundry grants to associations exhibiting outside Ontario — Sundry Associations, 2,196; Assistance 
in the purchase of livestock— Sundry Persons— Freight, etc., 7,398; Special western freight 
assistance on purchase of ewes — Sundry Persons, 6,094; Hunter Damage Compensation- 
Sundry Persons, 23,077. 

Payment to The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation re excess of expenditure over 
revenue for 1974-75, 3,939,360. 

Soils and Crops subsidies and grants ($ 1 00,3 1 1 ) : 

Subsidies on transportation of agricultural limestone — Sundry Persons, trucking lime, 59,797; Grants 
to branches and organizations of the Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association and growers 
of Elite Seed Potatoes— Sundry Associations, 31,937; Sundry Persons, 8,577. 

Grants and Expenses re Ontario food market development ($29,646): 
Grants and Subsidies: 

Fresh for Flavour Foundation, 2,500; Ontario Grain Corn Council, 15,000; Ontario Maple 
Syrup Producers' Association, 3,000; Ontario Rutabaga Council, 4,146; Ontario Tender 
Fruit Institute, 2,500; Ontario Tomato Products Council, 2,500. 
Rabies indemnity payments — Sundry Persons, 184,392. 

Loans in accordance with The Co-operative Loans Act ($60,000): 

Harrow Farmers' Co-operative Association Limited, 60,000. 

Other Projects, etc. ($22,700,729): 
A.R.D.A. Projects ($12,428,093): 
Salaries and wages ($1,699,700): 

Ministry of Natural Resources, 1,295,945; Sundry Employees, 403,755. 



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MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD-Continued 

Employee Benefits: ($66,362): 

Ministry of Natural Resources, 24,043; Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario re: Canada Pension 
Plan. 4,435; Group Insurance, 2,194; Long Term Income Protection, 2,959; Ontario Health 
Insurance Plan, 6,850; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 21,100; Unemployment 
Insurance, 4,781. 

Travelling Expenses ($36,586): 

Accounts under $2,500, 36,586. 

Grants ($1,043,588): 

Grants for Field Enlargement by Fence Removal — Sundry Farmers, 277,854; Grants for construc- 
tion of Farm Wells or alternate sources of Water Supply — Sundry Farmers, 765,734. 

Other Project Costs: 
Counties ($3,122): 

Sundry Counties under $10,000, 3,122. 

Towns ($162,1 10): 

Cache Bay, 38,642; Goderich, 37,799; Latchford, 12,642; Niagara-on-the-Lake, 72,568; Sundry 
Towns under $10,000, 459. 

Villages ($1,801): 

Sundry Villages under $10,000, 1,801. 

Townships ($2,908,054): 

Aldborough, 63,612; Alfred, 46,358; Arthur, 21,051; Bathurst, 27,304; Bromley, 25,413; 
Caledonia, 107,158; Cambridge, 15,203; Carleton West, 91,927; Chatham, 47,015; Cumber- 
land, 35,676; Drummond, 36,185; Enniskillen, 13,743; Finch, 26,374; Front of Leeds and 
Landsdowne, 88,189; Goulbourn, 151,573; Harwich, 741,770; East Hawkesbury, 16,914; 
West Hawkesbury, 25,356; Jaffray and Melick, 11,297; Kenyon, 58,373; Lancaster, 23,842; 
Lochiel, 21,431; Longueuil, 16,637; West Luther, 39,252; Matilda, 27,077; Mersea, 190,323; 
Mountain, 39,156; Osgoode, 65,829; Pittsburgh, 67,740; North Plantagenet, 13,368; South 
Plantagenet, 50,534; Proton, 34,901; Ramsay, 38,509; Rideau, 29,641; Ross, 11,835; Rox- 
borough, 14,369; Russell, 40,738; Thurlow, 16,730; Williamsburg, 55,235; Winchester, 
138,284; Sundry Townships under $10,000, 322,132. 

Improvement Districts ($810): 

Sundry Improvement Districts under $10,000, 810. 

Indian Reserves ($164,302): 

Cape Crocker Indian Reserve No. 27, 59,302; Fort William Indian Band, 65,000; Ojibway Park 
-Garden River Band, 40,000. 

Local Road Boards ($1,795): 

Sundry Local Road Boards under $10,000, 1,795. 

School Boards ($1,313): 

Sundry School Boards under $10,000, 1,313. 

Miscellaneous ($6,338,550): 

Adams, Bergeron & Palmer, In Trust, 57,020; Agricultural Publishing Co. Ltd., 12,000; Algoma 
Co-operative Livestock Sales, 38,500; Arctic Peat Moss Ltd., 85,400; Balderson Cheese Ltd., 
30,000; Douglas H. Bateman, In Trust, 87,168; Bedford, Myers & Hansen, In Trust, 19,928; 
Bell & Laughton, In Trust, 22,500; Briggs Originals Inc., 12,500; Capital Box of Ottawa Ltd., 
16,800; P& Z Carrel, In Trust, 48,344; Craig, McKerroll& Murray, In Trust, 37,171 ; Crawford, 
Mill&Davies, In Trust, 21,889; Cunningham, Cunningham& Little, In Trust, 10,370; Diamond 
Peat Moss Ltd., 12,500; Donnelly & Murphy, In Trust, 37,644; Essex Region Conservation 
Authority, 678,609; Fallis & Fallis, In Trust, 31,407; Farquharson & Daly, In Trust, 38,408; 
Findlay & Hook, In Trust, 22,805; Robert A. Gazley, In Trust, 54,830; Group Thirty Three 
Ltd., 34,857; Iroquois Cranberry Growers, Gibson Reserve, 55,000; J. H. Lennox, In Trust, 
22,403; Lower Thames Conservation Authority, 1,449,524; C. S. McCormack, In Trust, 
37,639; McLaughlin-Bramhill, 20,000; Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, 14,625; 



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MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD -Continued 

Mississaugi (Meldrum Bay) Lighthouse Park, 23,900; Ministry of Natural Resources, 
1,455,885; Ogoki River Guides Ltd., 298,915; Ontario Junior Farmer Establishmeht Loan 
Corporation, 55,000; Arthur B. Patterson, In Trust, 10,002; Peterson & Peterson, In Trust, 
10,143; Pine Grove Farms Inc., 40,000; Ramsay & Ramsay, In Trust, 84,850; Stevenson & 
Kellogg Ltd., 17,000; St. Clair Region Conservation Authority, 102,274; Stewart, Corbett, 
Musclow & Barr, In Trust, 24,978; Stewart, Esten, McTurk, Mills, Dick & Hermiston, In 
Trust, 17,102; University of Guelph, 34,602; Vacationland Dairy Co-operative Ltd., 14,700; 
J. Donald Waechter, In Trust, 76,592; Waechter, Easto & Magwood, In Trust, 76,125; 
Wallace & Carr, In Trust, 48,092; J. W. Edward Warren, In Trust, 205,279; Werlich Products 
Ltd., 16,000; Richard C. E. Wilson, In Trust, 28,500; Woods, Lalande, Lapalme & Houle, 
In Trust, 21 5,573;- Accounts under $10,000, 473,197. 

Research projects, agricultural services, diploma courses, dairy courses and other training programs 
($10,272,636): 
University of Guelph, 10,272,636. 

Total Other Payments 83,250,201 

Statutory 
Minister's Salary ($18,000) 

Hon. William A. Stewart 18,000 



Parliament Assistant's Salary ($5,000) 
Robert G. Eaton, M.P.P 5,000 

Subsidy Payments to the Ontario Crop Insurance Fund ($3,868,613) 

Ontario Crop Insurance Fund 3,868,61 3 

Payment of Guarantees under The Ministry of Agriculture and Food Act ($35,690) 

Bank of Nova Scotia, 13,402; Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, 10,246; Royal Bank of Canada, 
12,042 35,690 

Tile Drainage Debentures (The Tile Drainage Act, 1971) ($12,508,400) 

Sundry Municipalities 12,508,400 

Trust Accounts ($1,958) 

Bequests and Scholarships: 

Richard Blake Palmer Trust Fund 1 ,958 



Summary of Expenditures 

Voted— 

Salaries and Wages 21 ,334,058 

Employee Benefits 2,372,929 

Travelling Expenses 1 ,866,850 

Other Payments 83,250,201 

108,824,038 

Statutory 16,437,661 

Total Expenditure, Ministry of Agriculture and Food $125,261,699 



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MINISTRY OF ENERGY 

Hon. Dennis R. Timbrell, Minister 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($992,109) 

J. C. Butler, 28,501; H. F. Button, 31,296; S. W. Clarkson, 5,366; R. H. Clendining, 28,659; D. R. Cochran, 
23,983; P. F. Cunningham, 22,794; G. A. Donimy, 23,450; W. D. Eldon, 31,757; R. M. Higgin, 20,162; 
A. B. Jackson, 29,516; I. C. Macnabb, 32,581 ; I. B. Macodrum, 24,915; J. W. Newton, 24,926; I. H. Rowe, 
24,786; K. J. Slater, 24,316; W. W. Stevenson, 31,757; J. J. Thacker, 31,463; S. J. Wychowanec, 31,757;- 
Other salaries and wages under $20,000, 520,124. 



Employee Benefits ($93,333) 

Payments to Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 8,625; Group Insurance, 4,285; Long Term 
Income Protection, 6,610; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 9,699; Public Service Superannuation Fund. 
44,135; Unemployment Insurance, 7,600. 
Other Benefits — Attendance Bonus Credits, 4,524; Attendance Gratuity, 7,855. 



Travelling Expenses ($76,267) 

Hon. Dennis R. Timbrell, 293; Hon. W. Darcy McKeough, 4,813; R. M. Dillon, 5,350; H. F. Button, 2,952 
R. H. Clendining, 6,137; P. Lamb, 3,1 10; I. B. Macodrum, 6,522; J. W. Newton, 3,194; R. A. Scott, 2,902;- 
Accounts under $2,500, 38,343. 

Travelling Expenses not Allocated to Individuals: Four Seasons Travel Limited, 2,651. 



Other Payments ($1,277,361) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($1,277,361): 

Acres Consulting Services Limited, 20,434; Angus Stonehouse and Company Limited, 56,460; William P. 
Armes, 14,258; Blackwell, Law, Treadgold and Armstrond, 11,970; Coopers and Lybrand, 43.493; 
Danby Corporation, 31,622; Day, Wilson, Campbell, 34,743; Duff and Phelps Inc., 11,026; Winfried 
Fruehauf, 22,840; David B. Furlong Consultants Limited, 32,361; Hedlin Menzies & Associates 
Limited, 27,507; Robert JD. Howland, 11,892; Thomas E. Kierans, 22,081; Leighton & Kidd Limited, 
28,940; Macaulay Perry, 33,256; Management Board, 30,926; Ministry of the Attorney General, 63,173; 
Ministry of Government Services, 39,009; Ministry of Industry and Tourism, 59,448; Ministry of 
Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs, 19,520; Montgomery, Cassels, Mitchell, Somers, 
Dutton and Winkler, 39,340; Ontario Hydro, 42,912; Ontario Research Foundation, 14,456; Ralnor 
Corporation Ltd., 34,251 ; Reid and Perry 32,043; D. W. Ross and Associates Ltd., 28,51 1 ; Sherwood 
Engineering Ltd., 37,260; John P. Strong, 35,860; Thomson Rogers, 73,836; D. M. Treadgold, 19,445; 
University of Western Ontario, 55,107; York University, 30,608; J. A. W. Whiteacre, 35,987;— Accounts 
under $10,000, 182,786. 



Statutory 
Minister's Salary ($17,981) 

Hon. Dennis R. Timbrell, January 14, 1975 to March 31, 1975 3,797 

Hon. W. Darcy McKeough, April 4, 1974 to January 13, 1975 14,184 



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MINISTRY OF ENERGY -Continued 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary ($4,973) 

Hon. D. Arthur Evans, April 3, 1974 to March 31, 1975 4,973 

Ontario Energy Corporation Act, 1974 ($100,000,000) 

Ontario Energy Corporation 100,000,000 



Summary of Expenditures 

Voted — 

Salaries and Wages 992,109 

Employee Benefits 93,333 

Travelling Expenses 76,267 

Other Payments 1 ,277,361 

2,439,070 

Statutory 100,022,954 

Total Expenditure, Ministry of Energy $102,462,024 






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MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT 

Hon. W. G. Newman, Minister 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 
Salaries and Wages ($26,602,598) 

E. M. Biggs Deputy Minister 44,792 

D. F. Aitkens, 24,696; T. D. Armstrong, 24,151 ; W. R. Balfour, 20,397; J. R. Barr, 33,780; E. T. Barrow, 23,543; 

D. Bartkiw, 22,315; S. B. Bell, 22,195; H. A. Belyea, 25,668; D. Birnbaum, 20,480; S. A. Black, 24,238; 
N. Borodczak, 21,235; J. L. Bourque, 20,161; R. F. Boyd, 22,955; B. I. Boyko, 20,927; W. J. Bracken, 
20,165; J. R. Bray, 21,231 ; R. E. Brown, 22,955; W. F. Brown, 20,397; H. Browne, 25,668; T. G. Brydges, 
21,745; R. E. Burns, 26,050; R. F. Cairns, 22,955; D. D Cane, 21,044; D. P. Caplice, 32,974; M. A. Caranci, 
22,955; A. Castel, 24,014; M. J. Cathcart, 23,586; M. F. Cheetham, 24,333; G. C. Chisamore, 23,004; 
N. A. Chowdhry, 22,955; P. G. Cockburn, 32,974; B. A. Creamer, 20,927; T. W. Cross, 30,408; D. G. 
Currie, 27,028; L. E. Czarnecki, 24,205; R. P. Dennis, 21,279; J. N. Dick, 21,802; W. L. Dick, 17,699; 
P. Diosady, 24,285; J. A. Donnan, 20,007; W. B. Drowley, 35,889; C. E. Duncan, 25,668; F. N. Durham, 
27,028; D. H. Edwards, 22,955; M. B. Fielding, 24,285; L. W. Fitz, 21,439; F. C. Fleischer, 22,195; P. D. 
Foley, 25,668; F. Frantisak, 24,285; J. G. Fry, 25,668; M. J. German, 21,125; W. J. Gibson, 24,869; J. W. 
Gilbert, 30,994; R. M. Gotts, 26,280; B. W. Hansler, 25,668; A. J. Harris, 29,376; J. D. Heaman, 22,191 ; 

E. F. Heath, 27,344; G. E. Higham, 32,306; K. B. Hill, 20,820; W. J. Hogg, 24,379; R. C. Hore, 25,668; 
H. S. Horneck, 20,220; F. J. IlifTe, 21,044; J. B. Izatt, 10,125; J. G. Jefferies, 24,285; D. N. Jeffs, 27,863; 
L. G. Johnson, 20,007; P. Joseph, 23,693; J. Kawasaki, 20,581; G. H. Kay, 24,613; L. G. Kende, 20,394; 
D. G. Kimber, 20,397; P. C. Kupa, 22,931 ; E. A. Ladbrooke, 25,668; W. Lammers, 20,397; K. F. Lethbridge, 
15,503; S. N. Linzon, 27,117; J. D. Luyt, 20,236; J. C. Macdonald, 32,974; C. J. Macfarlane, 32,974; 

D. Majtenyi, 22,955; W. A. Marshall, 25,668; C. B. Martin, 28,659; D. N. May, 20,590; C. E. Mclntyre, 
28,382; D. A. McTavish, 32,974; G. Mierzynski, 26,471; G. H. Mills, 27,347; G. A. Missinghsm, 22,955; 
J. A. Moore, 24,205; R. E. Moore, 28,382; R. J. McMurray, 25,668; G. Z Nagy, 21,055; G. B. Nelson, 
22,955; A. Oda, 20,397; E. F. O'Keefe, 22,955; R. C. Ostry, 21,340; M. D. Palmer, 22,955; M. Paraschak, 
20,745; A. B. Patterson, 25,668; J. B. Patterson, 25,668; G. A. Pearce, 20,397; C. W. Perry, 25,142; F. R. 
Phoenix, 24,379; L. F. Pitura, 29,872; J. F. Pruner, 22,955; I. Ramsay, 22,955; A. C. Rayner, 24,285; 
G. B. Rivoche, 21,044; K. J. Roberts, 24,238; C. I. Robertson, 22,955; G. C. Ronan, 29,203; V. W. Rudick, 
24,463; J. W. Rupke, 20,378; M. Sacco, 23,693; S. E. Salbach, 25,668; G. F. Scanlon, 24,285; C. F. Schenk, 
25,668; H. Seren, 22,955; K. H. Sharpe, 39,435; L. Shenfeld, 27,220; U. Sibul, 20,211; I. G. Simmonds, 
28,659; C. E. Simpson, 20,420; B, A. Singh, 25,668; L. G. South, 24,205; J. Stasiuk, 20,397; W. A. Steggles, 
28,659; R. C. Stewart, 24,205; E. W. Stobart, 23,441; W. P. Suboch, 22,955; A. E. Symmonds, 22,931; 
K. E. Symons, 32,974; F. W. Taylor, 21,802; G. A. Thorn, 22,955; A. L. Thomas, 28,659; D. A. Thomas, 
23,611; M. G. Thome, 20,397; J. M. Timko, 23,693; J. Toth, 23,254; M. H. Toza, 23,577; G. R. Trewin, 
28,659; G. S. Trivett, 9,736; E. W. Turner, 24,815; G. L. VanFleet, 21,545; H. A. Vanner, 21,473; L. T. 
Vlassoff, 24,285; F. A. Voege, 35,889; J. W. Vogt, 22,955; W. M. Vrooman, 22,803; W. M. Walkinshaw, 
29,200; K. T. Wang, 20,320; P. B. Waud, 22,955; J. Wesno, 23,627; W. Williamson, 27,882; C. J. Wilson. 
27,863; G. M. Wood, 20,297; W. D. Wood, 25,330; T. J. Yakutchik, 24,379;-Other salaries and wages 
under $20,000, 22,681,428. 

Employee Benefits ($2,570,562) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 268,974; Group Insurance, Long Term Income 
Protection Plan and Ontario Health Insurance, 623,081; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 1,150,194; 
Unemployment Insurance, 286,816. 

Other Benefits— Attendance Bonus Credits, Attendance Gratuities, 229,406. 

Workmen's Compensation Board, 12,091. 

Travelling Expenses ($1,719,788) 

Hon. W. G. Newman, 3,657; E. M. Biggs, 3,056; D. F. Aitkens, 2,617; F. L. Allewell, 2,610; T. D. Armstrong, 
3,557; P. L. Astrom, 6,220; H. R. Avey, 4,633; J. G. Bagshaw, 2,827; W. R. Balfour, 2,579; J. R. Barr, 
2,826; E. T. Barrow, 4,132; C. J. Beardsley, 4,169; R. M. Bell, 3,126; H. A. Belyea, 3,218; G. Bianco, 2,931 ; 

E. J. Bil, 2,850; J. Blair, 3,537; R. G. Boelens, 2,700; B. Boland, 2,699; C. C. Boodram, 2,751 ; L. Bosotti, 



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MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT-Continued 

2,668; L. I. Boyce, 3,739; M. J. Bracken, 2,679; R. A. Brooks, 3,267; R. E. Brown, 2,596; R. K. Brown 
3,097; J. G. Carbis, 2,754; A. G. Carpentier, 2,686; H. E. Carter, 2,779; M. F. Cheetham, 2,913; A R 
Clark, 2,748; P. G. Cockburn, 2,753; N. I. Conroy, 3,644; P. J. Crabtree, 2,769; G. R. Craig, 2,787; D. R 
Crump, 2,644; D. G. Currie, 3,099; W. C. Currie, 3,243; A. E. Davies, 3,154; C. Desson, 2.896; J. N. Dick 
2,503; F. A. Driscoll, 2,571 ; J. Drummond, 2,721 ; C. E. Duncan, 2,738; R. A. Dunn, 3,324; J. W. Eijsenck 
3,542; D. J. Ellis, 2,546; C. M. Faulkner, 2,680; R. E. Fetterly, 4,555; L. W. Fitz, 2,549; F. Frantisak 
2,598; J. G. Fry, 3,893; W. J. Gibson, 3,305; R. M. Gotts, 3,934; I. M. Gray, 2,831; S. I. Grey, 2,600 
H. D. Griffin, 3,656; W. J. Grobelny 2,563; J. Hamill, 2,692; H. Heerema, 3,096; E. J. Heywood, 6,254 
W. J. Hogg, 3,356; J. Hook, 2,682; W. D. Hopkins, 2,678; J. N. Hughes, 2,807; R. W. Hussain, 2,547 
L. G. Johnson, 2,950; P. Joseph, 3,614; L. Kelterborn, 2,693; H. W. Kingsman, 2,584; E. A. Ladbrooke 
2,746; G. J. Lahaye, 3,716; F. E. Lawrence, 2,873; B. T. Lobb, 2,972; F. A. Lobb, 4,288; D. Majtenyi 
2,520; W. Marshall, 3,084; C. E. Mclntyre, 4,373; G. J. McKenna, 2,986; P. F. McKenna, 2,644; H. C 
McNaughton, 2,648; D. A. McTavish, 2,926; P. G. McCubbin, 3,275; R. J. Metzler, 3,076; D. J. Mewett 
3,413; D. F. Moore, 2,649; J. A. Moore, 2,809; R. E. Moore, 3,237; G. A. Mougenot, 3,060; D. Mozzon 
2,789; R. D. Mundy. 2,808; V. Neidhardt. 2,507; G. B. Nelson, 3,983; D. J. Neve, 3,178; F. L. Nobles 
2,743; R. J. Norton, 2,531 ; J. G. Parrott, 3,158; A. E. Pentley, 2,509; L. F. Pitura, 5.196; A. Polley, 4,032 
D. A. Raddon, 2,687; I. Ramsey, 4,304; W C. Ramsden, 2,839; E. Reichert, 2,968; M. J. Reid, 2,864 
G. G. Roberts, 2,741; S. Ross, 3,619; P. L. Roussel, 2,621; J. W. Rupke, 2,932; M. Sacco, 2,880; H F 
Sanger, 2,590; R. R. Savage, 3,997; J. F. Scheffers, 5,393; G. W. Scott, 5,298; R. Sellence, 2,617; P. T 
Singh, 3,781; G. W. Sauriol, 6,344; L. G. South, 2,923; W. A. Steggles, 6,540; G. C. Stephenson, 2,566 
J. F. Stinson, 3,142; W. P. Suboch, 2,614; A. E. Symmonds, 2,754; A. R. Taylor, 4,141 ; A. Tewfik, 2,655 

C. M. Thorson. 2,769; P. R. Tovey, 3,663; M. H. Toza, 2,904; M. Trineer, 3,039; D. W. Tubman, 2.944 

D. O. Tulloch, 2.768; W. M. Vrooman, 2,694; K L. Waldie. 2,985; R. H. Watson, 2,575; A. Weir. 2,635 
J. Wesno, 3,590; K. B. Wheaton. 3.943; D. M. Whittles. 2,604; W. Williamson. 3.266; D. W. Wilson 
3,505; J. H. Windecker, 3,006; D. B. Wood, 3,368; G. M. Wood. 5,159; M. P. Wu, 2,514; D. E. Young 
3,222; -Accounts under $2,500, 1,255.424. 

Other Payments ($153,816,588) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($145,788,193): 

ABC. Sanitary Contractors, 16,599; Aarvi Construction Co. Ltd., 12,697; Acklands Limited, 12,964; Acres 
Consulting Services Ltd., 24,030; Adam Clark Company Ltd., 1,250,670; Adams Bergeron & Palmer. 
23,680; Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada Ltd., 50.251; Adventure Construction Ltd.. 57.377; 
Ministry of Agriculture & Food, 25.072; Ainley & Associates Ltd., 207,469; Akron Contracting Ltd., 
29,960; Albery, Pullerits, Dickson & Associates Ltd., 69,895; Alcan-Colony Contracting Co. Ltd., 386,089; 
Allied Chemical Canada Ltd., 365,273; Allied Colloids (Canada) Ltd., 19,566; Aluminum Co. of Canada 
Ltd., 11,953; Amelia Construction (Chatham) Ltd., 375,878; Analygas Systems Ltd., 22,438; Township 
of Ancaster, 27,351; J. W. Anderson Co. Ltd., 30,059; R. V. Anderson & Associates Ltd., 556,480; O. 
Gregory Anderson, 10,170; Angelotti Contracting Ltd., 1,291,245; Anglo-Photo Instruments Ltd., 11,103; 
Margaret N. Archibald, 94,998; Arnott Construction Ltd., 674,101; Arrow Leasing Ltd.. 106,584; Art 
Wire & Iron Co. Ltd., 29,169; Asdor Limited, 92,899; Atco Quebec Ltd., 26,361 ; Ministry of the Attorney 
General, 257,932; Aviation Electric Ltd., 39,360; Aztec Contractors Ltd., 1,703,669; B.D.H. Pharma- 
ceuticals, 25,024; BP Oil Ltd., 31,941; Bale-Holliday Waste Disposal System Ltd., 23,550; Bandiera & 
Associates (Toronto) Ltd., 1,473,781 ; Bassel, Sullivan & Lawson, 17,510; Bauer Bros. Co. (Canada) Ltd., 
75,625; Beaver Keystone Construction Limited, 421,425; Beckman Instruments Inc., 54,636; Belanger 
Construction Ltd., 738,507; L. Belanger Construction Ltd., 1,568,983; Bell Canada, 299,796; City of 
Belleville, 38,232; Belleville Utilities Commission, 36,026; Benbee Diving & Marine Ltd., 75,820; A. 
Biloski, 15,348; Harry C. Bishop Ltd., 64,471 ; Bitini Construction Co. Ltd., 780,042; Blacktop Construc- 
tion Ltd., 607,090; Blue Water Bridge Authority, 16,775; R. F. Boadway, 13,627; Borkovich & Stayshyn, 
82,368; Bot Construction Ltd., 38,581; Bothwell Manor Farms, 16,698; Bradford Public Utilities Com- 
mission, 14,756; Brampton Hydro Electric, 62,525; City of Brantford, 31,124; Brantford Public Utilities 
Commission, 57,774; Bre-Aar Excavating Ltd., 228,386; Brier Hydraulics Ltd., 13,381; Bristol Co. of 
Canada Ltd., 23,071 ; Brown and Huston Ltd., 223,873; Bruel & Kjaer Canada Ltd., 12,863; Bruins Truck- 
ing, 51,622; Ben Bruinsma & Sons Ltd., 531,933; Burgess & Irwin, 16,536; Burlington Public Utilities 
Commission, 94,512; Business Aid, 50,565; Butts, Magwood & Hall Ltd., 1 10,054; C. & G. Trucking Ltd.. 
106,061; CAE Aircraft Ltd., 12,061; Campbell Smith Ltd., 11,079; Canada Colours and Chemicals Ltd., 
10,803; Canada Guinite Co. Ltd., 237,245; Canada Hydrant Service, 14,523; Canadian Applied Tech- 
nology. 50,158; Canadian Filing Equipment Ltd., 10,164; Canadian General Electric Co. Ltd., 23,932; 
Canadian Industries Ltd., 277,526; Canadian Laboratory Supplies Ltd , 202,287; Canadian National 
Railways, 54,653; Canadian National Telecommunications, 13,540; Canadian Pacific Express, 17,982; 
Canadian-British Engineering Consultants, 513,303; Can-Am Instrument Ltd., 18,478; Cardinal Campers. 



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33,011; Carleton Instruments Ltd., 21,243; Paui Carruthers Construction, 1,142,278; Case Associates 
Advertising Ltd., 167,518; Ramon H. Casselman, 18,479; Catalytic Enterprises Ltd., 72,875; Cecchetto 
& Sons Ltd., 785,085; Central Scientific Co. of Canada Ltd., 14,485; Century Press Ltd., 14,984; Town- 
ship of Chapleau, 92,948; Chatham Hydro Electric System, 57,340; W. O. Chisholm and Associates Ltd., 
79,496; Chrysler Canada Limited, 47,896; Clairson Construction Co. Ltd., 2,056,260; Wm. M. Clark, 
60,073; Clarke, Stewart & Mitchell, 13,197; Town of Cobourg, 12,744; Town of Cochrane, 26,374; 
Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware Ltd., 19,181; Hugh Cole Construction Ltd., 1,006,821; Cole, Sherman & 
Associates, 10,979; Collavino Bros. Construction Co. Ltd., 10,728,629; Comstock International Ltd., 
89,449; Comterm Ltd., 56,641; Consolidated Bottle Co., 11,582; Construction Design Services Ltd., 
13,186; Consumers Gas Company, 20,783; Contemporary Skills, 35,105; Control & Metering Ltd., 34,1 15; 
Cornell Construction Co. Ltd., 26,427; City of Cornwall, 19,079; Cornwall Electric, 22,133; Cornwall 
Gravel Company Ltd., 26,079; Cosentino Construction Co. Ltd., 1,320,272; Crane Packing Co. Ltd., 
26,654; Crowley Groundwater Ltd., 62,782; Curran and Herridge Construction Ltd., 97,458; D & L 
Brothers Construction Ltd., 895,519; Daily Commercial News Ltd., 21,950; R. M. Dawson, 23,755; 
Dawson & Taylor, 164,113; Day & Son Industrial Painters Ltd., 10,470; Dean Construction Company 
Limited, 71,875; Decker Contracting Ltd., 971,589; Deleuw Cather & Co., 204,886; Deseronto Public 
Utilities Commission, 20,089; Alfred C. Dewers, 11,190; A. B. Dick Co. of Canada Ltd., 19,316; M. M. 
Dillon & Co. Ltd., 555,341; Dineen Construction Ltd., 584,035; Disher-Farrand Ltd., 337,715; Diversey 
Environmental Products Ltd., 155,667; Diversey (Canada) Ltd., 21,432; Dodge Construction Co. Ltd., 
163,001; Domtar Chemicals Ltd., 29,519; Domtar Packaging Company Ltd., 10,803; Mrs. Joyce Dorion, 
49,800; Town of Dreden, 136,148; Frank E. Dudas, 11,925; Dufferin Materials & Construction Ltd., 
1,346,067; Dundas Public Utilities Commission, 20,679; Dunker Construction Ltd., 43,158; Durall Con- 
struction Ltd., 18,477; Regional Municipality of Durham, 28,289; D'Amore Construction Limited, 
4,636,326; East Asiatic Company (Canada) Ltd., 79,528; T. Eaton Co. Ltd., 10,181 ; Ecodyne Ltd., 16,991 ; 
Ecology Engineering & Construction Ltd., 1,329,580; A. Louis Eddy, 221,116; Elgin Construction Co. 
Ltd., 350,324; Elliott & Parr, 11,136; J. W. Ellis Industries, 16,677; Ellis-Don Limited, 835,682; Emco 
Limited, 11,217; Enviroclean Ltd., 34,183; Environmental Technical Services Inc., 313,373; Espie Printing 
Ltd., 31,460; Facit-Addo Canada Ltd., 24,898; Falcon Fabricators Ltd., 14,498; Hugh Fielding Ltd.. 
13,986; Fielding-Grossman & Associates, 11,449; Fine Papers Ltd., 45,449; Fischer & Porter (Canada) 
Ltd., 18,570; Fisher Scientific Co. Ltd., 121,248; Maurice W. Fitzmaurice, 36,350; Ford Motor Company 
of Canada Limited, 61,351; Don Foster Septic Tank Service, 20,298; Framat Construction Ltd., 13,231; 
Gaffney Quebec Ltd., 1,953,150; Gait Public Utilities Commission, 26,742; Gamsby & Mannerrow, 
69,412; Gap Construction Company Ltd., 1,278,436; Gardner-Denver Company (Canada) Ltd., 32,690; 
General Motors Products of Canada Ltd., 40,498; Georgetown Hydro, 1 1,361 ; Town of Geralston, 278,040; 
Giffels, Davis & Jorgensen Ltd., 78,591 ; Globe Printing & Litho (Toronto) Ltd., 35,407; Globe & Mail Ltd , 
10,457; Gloin and Little (In Trust), 39,551; Town of Goderich, 10,846; James J. Golden, 13,266; H. Q. 
Golder & Associates, 15,735; G. F. D. Goldring, 14,749; Goodall Rubber Co. of Canada Ltd., 49,091; 
Gore& Storrie Ltd., 1,204,180; Ministry of Government Services, 1,120,762; Murray H. Graham, 30,493; 
Grand & Toy Limited, 12,360; Graphic Centre. 38,777; Graphic Controls Canada Ltd., 15,465; Greer, 
Galloway & Associates Ltd., 19,265; Grunwell Associates Ltd., 12,773; Gulf Oil Canada Ltd., 100,566; 
David J. Guyer, 17,526; Hacio Bros. Ltd., 120,092; Hadovic Construction Ltd., 419,680; Town of Haldi- 
mand, 12,173; Hall Photographic Supply Ltd., 10,097; County of Halton, 59,746; Harper Detroit Diesel 
Ltd., 11,036; Harrison Rock & Tunnel Co. Ltd., 770,681; Harrisons & Crosfield Canada Ltd., 243,276; 
G. Hart & Sons, 31,219; Heathrow Construction Ltd., 1,466,201 ; John Heck& Sons Ltd., 22,149; Henderson, 
Paddon & Associates Ltd., 34,036; Henry & Co. Ltd., 10,046; Henry's Excavating Ltd., 38,746; Hespeler 
Hydro, 16,364; Hewlett-Packard Canada Ltd., 70,506; Hike Metal Products Ltd., 122,893; Durl Hopper, 
27,104; Horton Steel Works, 63,351 ; Hoskin Scientific Ltd., 12,996; Howarth& Smith Ltd., 18,357; Hubbel 
Hardware Ltd., 193,347; Ed. Huck Marine Ltd., 10,923; Hughes-Owens Co. Ltd., 16,283; ITT Grinnell 
Sales Limited, 15,938; Imperial Oil Ltd., 44,491 ; Industrial Research Institute, 14,906; Ministry of Industry 
and Tourism, 63,998 ; Ingersoll Public Utilities Commission, 1 6,657 ; Ingram & Bell, 1 5, 1 52 ; Intercontinental 
Maps & Charts Ltd., 28,025; International Business Machines Canada Ltd., 141,734; International Water 
Supply Ltd., 239,192; Internorth Construction Co., 109,816; Jackson, Watson, Gillespie, Land & Green- 
wood, 230,068; Jefco Ltd., 12,952; Job-Site Custom Coach Ltd., 11,759; Ed. Johnson Construction Ltd., 
300,219; John's Scientific Co. Ltd., 36,612; Early Jones & Sons Ltd., 618,786; A. E. Joslin, 11,416; Kent- 
Cambridge Ltd., 26,112; Renting Earth Sciences Ltd., 21,144; Kerr Farms Limited, 15,205; Keystone 
Contractors Ltd., 86,581; Kilborn Engineering Ltd., 896,064; Kitchener Public Utilities Commission, 
47,111; G. V. Kleinfeldt & Associates Ltd., 19,402; Knox, Martin & Kretch Ltd., 288,151; Kor-San Ltd., 
65,750; David Krofchak Limited, 14,118; Kuzmas Construction, 267,376; Lacroix, Forest & Labrosse, 
34,864; Lafontaine, Cowie, Buratto & Associates, 525,895; Lakehead University, 12,000; J. Larocque 
Drilling Supplies & Equipment, 10,423; K. G. Laver, 18,830; Laurentian University, 14,000; S. F. Lawrason 
& Co. Ltd., 17,416; J. D. Lee Engineering Ltd., 12,796; Leo Contracting Co. Ltd., 163,374; Leopold & 
Stevens Instrument Inc., 39,591; Levitt Safety Ltd., 80,225; Lillico & Higson, 46,726; Limnos, 92,892; 



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Logan Contracting Ltd., 89,005; City of London, 11,369; R. B. Longstreet, 68,826; Looby Builders (Dublin) 
Ltd., 559,822; G. C. Loucks, 15,222; L. S. Love & Associates Ltd., 93,153; T. F. Lynch Construction Ltd 
14,061 ; M.S. A. Canada, 14,515; M.S.C. Engineering Systems Ltd., 30,588; MacCallum Peto Ltd., 35,534; 
H. C. MacCallam Contracting Ltd., 94,585; Maclnnes & Blackadder, 15,707; James F. MacLaren Ltd., 
607,704; Maksymec & Associates Ltd., 85,298; Malton Grain Farms, 18,337; B. Malyon, 27,237; Manage- 
ment Board, 342,699; Maple Engineering & Construction Co. Ltd., 1,289,458; Harold Marcus Limited. 
32,196; Margro Custom Haulage Ltd., 99,701 ; Markus& Son Ltd., 857,056; Marshall, Macklin, Monaghan 
Ltd., 610,989; Ian Martin Associates Ltd., 67,912; V. K. Mason Construction Ltd., 4,058;183; Matheson 
of Canada Ltd., 11,508; Matthews Group Ltd., 1,435,114; McAinsh Company Ltd., 22,044; M.J. McAlpine 
Limited, 47,377; McCall Contractors Ltd., 356,692; McCann Construction Ltd., 39,845; McCormick 
Silos Ltd., 183,295; McCutcheon Business Forms, 17,586; W. A. McDougall Ltd., 88,947; C. A. McDowell 
Ltd., 669,736; Donald John McEntee, 14,370; McKean Quarries Ltd., 17,474; McMaster University, 
72,791 ; S. McNally & Sons Ltd., 200,958; Meaford Public Utilities Commission, 37,580; Medigas Limited, 
10,638; S. Menzies, 17,690; Metal Cladding of Canada Ltd., 29,967; Midland Public Utilities Commission, 
12,015; Millipore Ltd., 43,253; Millman, Heath, Randolph & Minifie, 135,104; Minnesota Mining & Mfg. 
Canada Ltd., 12,151; Mississauga Hydro Electric Commission, 706,952; MofTatt Construction and 
Materials Ltd., 644,398; Monroe Company, 19,122; Monteith-Ingram Engineering Ltd., 139,052; D. A. 
Moodie, 16,024; Township of Moore, 63,800; D. C. Morton, 17,860; Nadeco Ltd., 1,564,480; Napanee 
Industries Ltd., 13,966; Napier Reid Ltd., 17,645; Ministry of Natural Resources, 22,255; Nethercut & 
Co. Ltd., 30,981; Newmarket Hydro, 15,982; Wm. Newton Contracting, 77,816; Regional Municipality 
of Niagara, 8,975,889; Nisbet Letham Ltd., 438,664; Nisbet Robertson Milway, 19,960; Ted Nitsch 
Designs, 16,161; Nordon Enterprises, 30,268; North Bay Hydro, 38,892; North East Contractors Ltd., 
1,101,133; Northern & Central Gas Corporation Ltd., 43,033; Northland Engineering Limited, 260,878; 
Northland Iron and Metal, 75,246; Office Overload, 34,766; Office Speciality Co. Ltd., 43,420; Oliver 
Lloyd & Associates Ltd., 47,129; Ontario Hydro, 871,620; Ontario Northland Railway, 13,394; Ontario 
Research Foundation, 38,689; Outboard Marine Corp. of Canada Ltd., 13,169; Owen Sound Public 
Utilities Commission, 10,537; P.L.S. Construction Ltd., 37,060; Town of Palmerston, 11,149; C. C. Parker 
& Associates, 57,917; Parry Sound Public Utilities Commission, 12,831; Regional Municipality of Peel, 
3,881,767; Peerless Engineering Sales Ltd., 14,123; Penvidic Contracting Co. Ltd., 18,050; Frank Perello. 
22,188; City of Peterborough, 117,139; Petrolia Public Utilities Commission, 48,914; Philipp Brothers 
(Canada) Ltd., 38,882; Philips Electronics Industries Ltd., 33,640; Philips Planning & Engineering Ltd., 
56,830; Ed. Phippen, 11,409; Pilen Construction of Canada Ltd., 80,052; Thomas C. Pinckard, 40,063;- 
Pitney-Bowes Limited, 20,310; City of Port Colborne, 41,898; Town of Port Hope, 17,743; Power Line 
Construction Ltd., 19,489; K. H. Preston Construction Ltd.. 205,496; Preston Public Utilities Commission, 
20,204; Harry Prihoda, 64,612; Prochem Limited, 18,819; Proctor & Redfern Limited, 1,430,977; Prospect 
Paving Ltd., 40,200; Proulx Conrad, 71,528; Proulx & Stewart, 39,846; Mike Rainone Trucking, 16,401 ; 
Raken Contracting Ltd., 1,778,422; Raymond & McLean, 17,886; Raymore Construction Co., 10,080; 
Receiver General of Canada, 483,617; Reed Shaw Osier, Limited, 212,703; J. D. Reid & Associates, 76,956; 
Rexnord (Canada) Ltd., 15,371; Richards Glass Company Ltd., 26,147; J. L. Richards & Associates, 
468,754; Rideau Valley Construction Ltd., 1,279,534; Town of Ridgetown, 52,670; Right of Way Associates, 

10,342,888; Robbins & Myers Company of Canada Ltd., 14,069; Wm. Roberts Electric Ltd., 34.187; 
Robinson, McCallum, McKerracher & Radigan, 213,872; Rockland Public Utilities Commission, 10,170; 
G. C. Romano Construction Ltd., 1,390,274; Ronen Systems Ltd., 12,944; B. M. Ross & Associates, 
55,941; RulifT Grass Limited, 102,651; J. A. Runnalls, 11,592; Ruston Diesels Limited, 16,014; D. R. 
Ryckman Construction, 44,705; S CM (Canada) Ltd., 10,274; Safety Supply Company, 13,781; Safrani 

Construction Co. Ltd., 542,163; Sandercock Construction Ltd., 1,002,719; Sargeant-Welch Scientific of 
Canada Ltd., 15,672; Sarnia Hydro, 55,280; City of Sarnia, 2,768,650; Sault Ste. Marie Public Utilities 
Commission, 46,599; Township of Schreiber, 15,994; Schwenger Construction Limited, 2,159,966; Scofan 
Contracting Ltd., 1,179,083; Scorpio Engineering Ltd., 286,187; Bruce Scott Oil Limited, 23,900; Scott- 
Jackson Construction Ltd., 15,986; Kajander & Blancha Seaman, 24,394; W. L. Sears & Associates Ltd., 
90,618; G. F. Seeley & Son Limited. 33,617; Shell Canada Limited, 52,655; Siemens Canada Ltd., 52.101 ; 
Sillman Company (Northern) Ltd., 103,997; Simcoe Engineering Ltd., 29,474; Simcoe Public Utilities 
Commission, 19,238; Robert Simon Construction Ltd., 416,389; John B. Smeeton, 27,764; R. Smith Well 
Drilling, 14,325; Spettigue, Reid, Daudlin, Sawatsky, 155,802; O. M. Solandt, 29,125; A. Spino Enter- 
prises Inc., 45,308; Standard Chemical Limited, 10,733; Staples & Calverley, 18,363; W. A. Stephenson 
Construction Co. Ltd., 245,612; M. J. Storm Ltd., 254,146; Stratford Public Utilities Commission, 13,291 ; 
Stuart and Kent (In Trust) 52,165; Sturgeon Falls Hydro Electric System, 10,753; Sudbury Aviation Ltd., 
18,600; Sudbury Hydro, 147,420; Regional Municipality of Sudbury, 40,369; District of Sudbury Health 
Unit, 38,477; Sugg, Reid & Fitton, 38,584; SutclifTe Ltd., 47,775; Swan, Carty & Belch, 29,841 ; Tab Products 
of Canada Ltd., 16,007; Tackle Construction Limited, 220,812; Taggart Construction Ltd., 1,862,012; 
Taillieu Construction Ltd., 123,513; Technicon International of Canada Ltd., 149,907; Town of Tecumseh, 
12,858; Templeman & Pickett (In Trust), 36,953; Temtron Electronics Ltd., 86,551 ; Texaco Canada Ltd., 



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19,517; Thorn Press Ltd., 38,289; Thornhill Haulage, 19,597; Three Phase Electric Ltd., 13,061; City of 
Thunder Bay, 20,161; Thunder Bay Harbor Improvements Ltd., 286,329; Thunder Bay Hydro, 31,757; 
Tidemark Construction Co., 856,358; Bruce Tinney Septic Service Ltd., 24,075; Tippet-Richardson Ltd., 
11,805; Todgham & Case Ltd., 77,564; H. H. Todham, 20,642; Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 
20,112; Toronto Star Ltd., 10,111; Totten, Sims, Hubicki & Associates, 483,553; TransCanada Pipelines 
Ltd., 30,899; Ministry of Transportation & Communications, 115,083; Tremblay Investigation & Security 
Services Ltd., 52,474; Peter J. Tremblay Construction Ltd., 140,235; Tripp Construction Limited, 2,570,342; 
Triton Engineering Services Ltd., 14,602; Trojan Chemicals, 20,549; William Trow Associates, 15,146; 
Wayne Tummon, 48,648; Two Bay Enterprises Ltd., 38,760; Tywood Industries Ltd., 40,609; Under- 
water Tel-Eye Canada Ltd., 14,710; Underwood, McLellan& Assoc. Ltd., 1 1,559; Union Gas Co. of Canada 
Ltd., 15,487; United Van Lines (Canada) Ltd., 22,488; University of Guelph, 111,819; University of 
Toronto, 31,578; University of Waterloo, 43,325; University of Western Ontario, 47,183; University of 
Windsor, 37,710; University of York, 22,625; Valentine Enterprises Contracting, 314,557; Township of 
Valley East, 14,500; Van Minnen Construction Ltd., 22,014; Vanzwol Trucking, 560,176; Varamae Con- 
struction Ltd., 951,112; Vasto Construction Ltd., 1,306,464; Wallace & Tiernan Limited, 37,431 ; Wallace- 
burg Hydro Electric System, 11,062; Walter, Fedy, McCarger & Hachborn Ltd., 142,424; W. L. Wardrop 
& Associates, 126,501; Wasero Construction Ltd., 610,447; Waterloo Hydro, 43,793; Regional Munici- 
pality of Waterloo, 77,847; Watson & Watson, 17,000; Webster Instruments Ltd., 20,471; Westinghouse 
Canada Ltd., 20,151 ; Westwood Drain Company Lyd., 1,147,595; Winchester Construction Ltd., 913,887; 
City of Windsor, 53,237; Winter & Winter, 25,249; Witmer & Sons Limited, 66,237; Woods Gordon & 
Co., 15,960; Woods, Lalande & Lapalme, 29,411; Woodstock Engineering Consultants Ltd., 33,666; 
Worthington (Canada) Limited, 16,499; Wyllie & Ufnal Limited, 62,240; Xerox of Canada Ltd., 137,042; 
York Property Appraisers Ltd., 64,190; Regional Municipality of York, 40,710; Carl Zeiss Canada 
Limited, 12,692; -Accounts under $10,000, 4,474,829. 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($8,028,395): 

Payments Under the Pollution Abatement Incentive Act ($2,749,389): 

Abitibi Paper Co. Ltd., 17,805; Algoma Steel Corporation Ltd., 256,568; Atomic Energy of Canada, 
41,464; Baker Bros. Iron and Metal (1970) Ltd., 17,224; Bulk-Lift Systems Ltd., 19,877; Campbell 
Red Lake Mines Ltd., 13,062; Canada Cement Lafarge Ltd., 116,244; Canada Starch Co. Ltd., 
11,591; Canron Limited, 15,724; A. R. Clarke Company Limited, 12,010; Continental Can Co. 
of Canada Ltd., 1 1,578; Disposal Services Ltd., 32,227; Dominion Foundreis& Steel Ltd., 269,128; 
Dominion Stores Ltd., 10,849; Domtar Packaging Company Ltd., 21,013; Dow Chemical of 
Canada Ltd., 707,013; Dupont of Canada Ltd., 74,982; Ecstall Mining Ltd., 16,342; General 
Motors Products of Canada Ltd., 51,295; Goodfellow Enterprises (Sarnia) Ltd., 19,917; In- 
dustrial Disposal Company, 17,724; Industrial Metal Co. of Canada, 17,647; International Iron 
and Metal, 10,515; K.M. Container Sanitation Service, 10,266; Manitoba Pool Elevators, 12,613 
Markham Sand & Gravel, 19,092; Marmoraton Mining Co., 17,355; Miracle Food Mart, 12,989 
Ontario Hydro, 116,099; Ontario Minnesota Pulp & Paper Co. Ltd., 21,351 ; Polysar Ltd., 14,741 
Richardson's Terminals Ltd., 17,675; Saint Lawrence Starch Co. Ltd., 27,620; Saskatchewan 
Wheat Pool, 17,026; Sifton Properties Ltd., 13,254; Town of Smith Falls, 17,923; Steel Company 
of Canada Ltd., 10,843; City of Sudbury, 63,809; Regional Municipality of Sudbury, 15,522; 
Superior Sanitation Services Ltd., 26,674; Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 37,335; Union 
Carbide Canada Ltd., 35,518; Westinghouse Canada Ltd., 16,508;— Accounts under $10,000, 
443,377. 

Grants Under The Sweep Environmental Program ($230,750): 

C.U.R.E. SWEEP Probe, 10,000; Lakehead University, 15,700; Pollution Probe Ottawa, 10,200; 
Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, 16,000; Saint Lawrence College of Applied Arts and Tech- 
nology, 16,200; University of Guelph, 31,200; University of Toronto, 11,800; University of 
Waterloo, 15,300; University of Western Ontario, 14,600; University of Windsor, 20,000;- 
Accounts under $10,000, 69,750. 

Grants to Restricted Municipalities to Provide for Oversizing of Sewage and Water Facilities ($4,732,933) : 
The Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, 194,197; The Regional Municipality of Halton, 
31,085; The Regional Municipality of Sudbury, 284,811; The Municipality of Metropolitan 
Toronto, 4,222,840. 

Payments Towards the Cost of Sewage and Water Facilities for Certain Municipalities Qualifying for 
Assistance ($182,323): 
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Miscellaneous Grants ($133,000): 

International Minerals & Chemical Corp.. (Canada) Ltd., 53,000; Pollution Probe Foundation, 

25.000; City of St. Catharines. 50,000; -Accounts under $10,000, 5,000. 

Total Other Payments 153.816.58: 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($18,000) 

The Honourable W. G. Newman 1 8,000 

Reserve Funds for Renewals, Replacements and Contingencies ($444,148) 

Reserve Funds for Renewals, Replacements and Contingencies 444,148 

Summary of Expenditures 

Voted — 

Salaries and Wages 26,602,598 

Employee Benefits 2,570,562 

Travelling Expenses 1,719,788 

Other Payments 153.816,588 

184.709,536 

Statutory 462,148 

Total Expenditure, Ministry of the Environment $185,171,684 



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MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM 

Hon. Claude F. Bennett, Minister 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($8,339,509) 

F. J. Pillgrem Deputy Minister 44,791 

P. A. York Assistant Deputy Minister 41 ,574 

H. E. Alexander, 22,728; R. E. Austin, 23,010; D. A. Bamford, 23,487; W. C. Beck, 22,381 ; Z Betanski, 16,547; 
J. F. Bolan, 22,381 ; F. J. Boyer, 35,889; K. D. Bradshaw, 21,494; L. S. Breen, 20,695; J. M. Brisbin, 23,909; 
S. L. Britton, 22,006; R. L. Brock, 30,236; A. V. Cameron, 34,083; J. V. Chapman, 22,541 ; J. H. Christ- 
mann, 18,390; A. S. Clark, 27,266; H. R. Clark, 22,381; G. H. Clouse, 22,381; R. J. Cole, 20,108; R. T. 
Cooper, 33,575; W. Cornell, 35,826; N. Coxall, 23,171 ; L. M. Cranston, 23,487; D. O. Crawford, 20,903; 
K. A. Croswell, 26,048; J. E. De Domenico, 24,098; R. L. Decent, 22,158; J. R. Delaney, 24,469; D. P. 
Dempster, 22,381; B. R. Dobson, 22,603; H. L. Duerr, 27,266; R. W. Edmunds, 23,187; K. S. Fisher, 
20,189; W. G. Foster, 20,079; W. A. Fowler, 32,505; J. L. Franks, 22,381; J. W. Fulton, 22,381; M. R. 
Garland, 36,401 ; G. R. Gibson, 22,381 ; T. H. Gibson, 26,168; J. J. Graham, 30,721 ; D. M. Grant, 20,394; 
J. A. Gregory, 21,843; R. Groves, 23,487; R. J. Halfnight, 22,525; F. J. Hall, 28,215; T. R. Harvey, 22,810; 
L. A. Hassell, 27,148; R. C. Hawker, 21,636; D. E. Holland, 27,266; D. E. Hunnisett, 23,586; G. S. Khaira, 
20,451 ; P. Klopchic, 25,468; F. Kutas, 22,955; R. La Palme, 22,381 ; W. A. Ledingham, 26,285; J. P. Lee, 
21,953; J. V. Lehner, 24,416; J. B. Lewis, 23,236; T. A. Lillico, 26,118; A. Lorenzini, 22,381; C. B. Mac- 
Connell, 25,111; D. A. MacKay, 22,381; F. T. Marshall, 25,215; H. N. Martinsen, 22,381; J. McDermid, 
20,593; C. McDonald, 24,333; G. C. McDonald, 32,909; P. R. McDonald, 22,381 ; J. R. McHattie, 22,525; 
H. V. McMurray, 23,171 ; K. Mesure, 22,381 ; C. E. Morgan, 24,358; H. R. Nellis, 23,487; R. W. Nelson, 
20,479; J. R. Oakley, 20,503; A. J. Petch, 27,148; F. W. Plumb, 27,166; N. Probyn, 27,266; N. R. Radford, 
33,699; W. G. Ritchie, 35,889; W. E. Rooke, 12,336; P. Samson, 22,663; A. W. Santamaura, 22,381 ; W. J. 
Schabereiter, 26,991; W. F. Shave, 22,381; R. S. Shelley, 22,381; C. E. Spearin, 22,481; D. R. Spence, 
24,395; R. H. Stapleford, 23,487; N. J. Sweetlove, 24,417; W. T. Thompson, 23,487; W. D. Timmerman, 
23,487; E. Vita-Finzi, 23,487; R. N. Vollick, 22,381; D. C. Watson, 26,640; P. W. Wilson, 20,424; H. L. 
Wood, 27,148; K. H. Zube, 23,487 ;-Other salaries and wages under $20,000, 5,846,469. 

Employee Benefits ($831,318) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario— re: Canada Pension Plan, 72,986; Group Insurance, 46,757; Long 
Term Income Protection, 51,398; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 90,776; Public Service Superannuation 
Fund, 373,718; Unemployment Insurance, 60,994. 

Other Benefits— Attendance Bonus Credits, 41,197; Attendance Gratuities, 42,048; Benefits for locally hired 
personnel in offices abroad, 48,726. 

Workmen's Compensation Board, 2,718. 

Travelling Expenses ($1,431,042) 

Hon. Claude F. Bennett, 15,187; L. M. Reilly, 157; H. E. Alexander, 7,602; W. F. Allcock, 2,705; J. K. Arner, 
2,639; R. E. Austin, 5,150; D. A. Bamford, 7,892; W. E. Beck, 5,097; W. W. Bestwick, 7,075; E. G. Bingley, 
3,855; R. L. Bowdery, 5,251 ; F. J. Boyer, 6,257; K. D. Bradshaw, 2,537; J. M. Brisbin, 3,339; S. L. Britton, 
5,232; J. S. Brown, 10,046; L. Catherall, 4,856; S. Chen, 2,516; B. T. S. Clarke, 5,863; L. H. Collins, 4,268; 
T. P. Cooper-Slipper, 7,230; W. Cornell, 7,015; R. R. Coward, 4,739; N. Coxall, 3,827; L. M. Cranston, 
4,174; D. O. Crawford, 3,888; R. L. Decent, 9,073; C. DeLorme, 4,115; D. P. Dempster, 4,077; B. R. 
Dobson, 4562; J. Dougheny, 7,707; H. L. Duerr, 9,019; Miss C. A. Dunsford, 2,983; J. M. Eastwood, 
2,961 ; R. W. Edmunds, 4,628; S. L. Edwards, 3,777; D. Engesser, 11,675; A. F. Fagan, 3,665; D. N. Fenn, 
6,595; H. S. Ferguson, 5,530; K. Fisher, 6,279; H. Flaming, 2,741; W. G. Foster, 3,273; W. A. Fowler, 
4,099; J. W. Fulton, 2,981; M. L. Garland, 4,906; J. A. Gauthier, 9,160; A. E. Geeraert, 5,704; T. H. 
Gibson, 4,836; D. W. Goodwin, 5,977; D. M. Grant, 6,588; J. A. Gregory, 4,663; Y. Gribowski, 3,211; 
R. Groves, 6,031; R. J. Halfnight, 4,719; F. J. Hall, 3,190; M. A. Harris, 2,852; D. E. Holland, 3,548; 
R. C. Howard, 9,471 ; P. Hughes, 5,428; B. Jacobsen, 9,874; Miss M. Jarvis, 2,634; D. Jure, 5,513; P. Kapoor, 
6,215; H. Kleifges, 7,402; D. B. Langford, 2,525; R. La Palme, 4,420; J. B. Lewis, 2,598; T. A. Lillico, 
6,091; A. Lorenzini, 10,352; C. B. MacConnell, 3,025; D. J. MacKenzie, 4,667; T. R. Mason, 6,522; 
J. McDermid, 4,879; C. McDonald, 2,725; P. McDonald, 6,443; J. R. McHattie, 4,476; A. McLean, 



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8,893; W. E. Moore, 3,193; C. E. Morgan, 10,534; C. R. Mucklestone, 3,733; H. R. Nellis, 14.007; R. W. 
Nelson, 3,971; J. R. Oakley, 4,597; M. Ohki, 4,336; J. H. Pazulla, 12,144; F. J. Pillgrem, 6,216; R. V. 
Planck, 2,535; N. Probyn, 3,521; N. R. Radford, 2,818; N. B. Reed, 2,807; J. G. Reid, 2,644; D. M. 
Robertson, 2,850; N. T. Rolfe, 6,783; B. E. Roth, 3,080; P. Samson, 5,851; A. W. Santamaura, 7,848; 
R. C. Sawchuk, 7,771 ; W. F. Shave, 3,457; R. Shelley, 4,309; P. Skinner, 4,719; C. B. Smith, 3,800; H. P 
Smith, 3,058; D. Stevens, 4,082; N. J. Sweetlove, 5,130; H. Takeuchi, 5,362; V. M. Telford, 8,497; L. 
Thomson, 2,520; W. T. Thompson, 5,343; W. D. Timmerman, 2,695; P. Valachos, 3,216; F. A. Venn. 
2,912; J. R. Villeneuve, 3,147; D. M. Vincent, 2,628; E. Vita-Finzi, 11,832; R. A. Vollick, 3,849; N. B 
Walker, 2,761; D. C. Watson, 3,005; E. F. Wehan, 4,739; B. B. Williams, 2,563; P. W. Williams, 6,390: 
K. H. Zube, 9,695; -Accounts under $2,500, 792,419. 



Other Payments ($32,199,227) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($7,848,902): 

Air Canada, 129,300; Algoma Kinniwabi Travel Association, 46,131 ; Almaquin-Nipissing Travel Associa- 
tion, 46,083; Art & Design Studios, 197,442; Arthurs-Jones Lithography Ltd., 26,230; Artistic 
Stationery Co. Ltd., 10,182; Ashton-Potter Ltd., 62,857; Association of Canadian Industrial Designers 
of Ontario, 25,000; Balmer Crapo and Associates, 23,993; Base Hamilton Edwards Ltd., 13,504; 
Bell Canada, 62,311; J. Buchmann, 26,355; Burke International Research Corp., 28,671; Camp 
Associates Advertising Ltd., 2,551,597; Canada Envelope Co. Ltd., 28,820; Canadian Advertising 
Agency (1973) Ltd., 97,214; Canadian Gift Service, 14,476; Canadian National Railway Co., 12,171 ; 
C.N.C.P. Telecommunications, 27,706; Canasta 74, 14,105; Central Ontario Travel Association, 
10,618; City of London Real Property Ltd., 17,625; Cochrane— Timiskaming Travel Association, 
35,291 ; Contemporary Research Centre, 12,000; Corp. of Town of Cobalt, 15,000; Crawley Films Ltd., 
31,000; Croy-Roy Distributors Ltd., 10,505; D. C. Films Ltd., 19,947; Design Craft Ltd., 42,693; 
A. B. Dick Co. Ltd., 16,281; Drege-Audio Ltd., 20,000; Dun & Bradstreet, 15,187; Eastern Ontario 
Travel Association, 49,844; Wm. Edwards Creative Services, 63,795; Espie Printing & Stationery 
Ltd., 20,417; Facit-Addo Canada Ltd., 14,563; Di Tommasso Fidanzia, 11,157; Fine Papers Ltd., 
12,374; Foster Advertising Co. Ltd., 781,203; D. I. Gallagher & Associates, 12,250; Gaylord Litho- 
graphing Ltd., 38,250; Globe & Mail Ltd., 10,374; Grey Bruce Huronia Muskoka Travel Association, 
24,094; C. F. Haughton Ltd., 13,294; Herzig Somerville Ltd., 10,089; Holiday Inns, 11,499; Hough 
Stansbury & Associates Ltd., 62,130; Howard Sample Studios, 10,098; Howarth & Smith Ltd., 13,566; 
Huddleston & Barney Ltd., 19,820; Huntley Professional & Education Services Incorp., 38,587; 
International Business Machines Canada Ltd., 25,865; Kadoke Display Ltd., 26,737; Lakehead 
University, 12,650; Laurentian University, 26,830; Lawson Graphics, 10,027; Liaison Public Relations, 
13,813; David MacKay Ltd., 31,388; Manerwood Press Ltd., 23,404; McLaren, Morris & Todd 
Ltd., 155,408; McLaughlin Mohr Ltd., 166,854; McMaster University, 26,300; Management Board 
Secretariat, 121,587; Metropolitan Management Co., 10,653; Metro Toronto Travel Association, 
45,000; Ministry of Government Services, 237,656; Ministry of Transportation & Communications, 
92,382; Modern Talking Picture Service Inc., 59,253; Mohawk College, 42,891 ; Raymond Morijama, 
38,920; Muncher Messe Und Ausst, 10,665; Niagara Midwestern Travel Association, 12,710; Niagara 
Parks Commission, 32,681; North Shore Craft and Work Centre, 24,423; North of Superior Travel 
Association, 44,544; Northwest Ontario Travel Association, 49,650; Office of the Premier, 16,969; 
Office Overload Co. Ltd., 13,549; Office Specialty Ltd., 17,033; Panalpina, 12,958; Parkway Chrysler 
Plymouth Ltd., 10,452; Project Planning Associates Ltd., 10,150; Queen's University, 30,239; Rain- 
bow Country Travel Association, 49,290; Rea Express Canada Ltd., 10,526; Receiver General of 
Canada, 118,633; Redma Consultants Ltd., 26,993; Richardson Bond & Wright Ltd., 89,425; Rolph- 
Clark-Stone Ltd., 36,451 ; Ronalds Federated Graphics, 1 1,173; Royal York Hotel, 22,601 ; Elizabeth 
Ruppe, 13,843; Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, 13,000; Small Business Assistance Program, 105,522; 
Smyth Worldwide Movers, 21,499; Southam Murray, 90,620; Southex Ltd., 61,830; Southwestern 
Travel Association, 15,759; Sutton Place Hotel, 10,599; Thorn Press Ltd., 30,979; Traveldata Ltd., 
20,425; University of Ottawa, 22,500; University of Toronto, 34,000; University of Western Ontario, 
41,000; University of Windsor, 21,200; Vickers & Benson Ltd., 49,865; Westprint Co., 12,474; Wilson- 
Munroe Co. Ltd., 10,373; Xerox of Canada Ltd., 46,046; York University, 35,312;— Accounts under 
$10,000, 504,379. 

Less Refunds: Minaki Lodge Resort Ltd., 4,791 ; Ontario Hydro, 33,964 38,755 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($3,032,316): 

Ontario Research Foundation (2,630,000)— for Industrial Research Services, 230,000; Foundation Re- 
search, 2,077,000; Capital Equipment, 323,000; 






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MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOURISM -Continued 

Regional Associations ($402,316): 

Algoma Kinnawabi Travel Association, 30,000; Almaquin-Nipissing Travel Association, 30,000; 
Bay of Quinte Regional Tourist Council, 7,500; Cochrane Timiskaming Travel Association, 
30,000; Eastern Ontario Travel Industry Association, 30,000; Grey Bruce Huronia Muskoka 
Travel Association, 15,000; Grey Bruce Regional Tourist Council, 7,500; Great Pine Ridge 
Regional Tourist Council, 7,500; Haliburton Highlands Regional Tourist Council, 7,500 
Highlands of Hastings Regional Tourist Council, 7,500; Huronia Tourist Association, 7,500 
Kawartha Tourist Association, 7,500; Lake of the Woods Regional Tourist Council, 7,500 
Lake Simcoe Tourist Association, 7,342; Land O Lakes Regional Tourist Council, 7,500; Metro 
Toronto Travel Association, 30,000; Muskoka Regional Tourist Council, 7,500; Niagara Mid- 
western Travel Association, 30,000; North of Superior Travel Association, 30,000; North West 
Ontario Travel Association, 30,000; Patricia Regional Tourist Council, 2,724; Rainbow Country 
Travel Association, 30,000; Rainy River Regional Tourist Council, 2,925; Southwestern Ontario 
Travel Association, 29,325; 

Foreign Service Allowances ($289,832): 

H. E. Alexander, 4,830; R. E. Austin, 13,108; D. A. Bamford, 10,042; S. L. Britton, 6,944; L. H. Collins. 
10,042; W. Cornell, 8,988; L. M. Cranston, 7,925; J. Dougheny, 9,905; S. L. Edwards, 952; A. Emslie, 
1,200; D. Engesser, 11,513; K. Fisher, 9,752; W. G. Foster, 10,217; J. A. Gauthier, 22,505; R. Groves, 
7,339; B. Jacobsen, 13,696; Miss M. Jarvis, 4,545; A. McLean, 7,383; R. A. Mitchell, 1,894; B. E. 
Monette, 1,200; C. E. Morgan, 15,748; H. A. Nellis, 30,962; J. H. Pazulla, 18,465; N. T. Rolfe, 3,200; 
P. Samson, 2,663; R. H. Stapleford, 5,978; N. J. Sweetlove, 4,637; W. T. Thompson, 2,400; W. 
Timmerman, 7,301; E. Vita-Finzi, 22,266; K. H. Zube, 12,232. 

Travel Services ($329,851): 

Air Canada, 19,140; Ontario Travel Services (Air Canada), 92,309; Baldwin Travel Bureau Ltd., 23,405; 
Dominion Travel Office Ltd., 6,714; Anne Gardner Personalized Service, 27,570; Holling Travel 
Service, 56,219; Kuehne and Nagel Travel Service, 42,235; Lehner Travel Service, 18,057; McDonnell- 
Ronald Limousine Service, 5,456; Mississauga Travel Service, 35,387; Ontario Sarracini Travel 
Service, 3,359. 

Ontario Place Corporation ($8,064,900): 

Contribution to the Ontario Place Corporation to finance its operation, 2,127,000; Repayment of loan, 
4,704,900; Disbursements -Development Program, 1,233,000. 

Ontario Development Corporation ($10,967,684): 

Contribution to the Ontario Development Corporation to Finance its operation, 2,798,355; Other Trans- 
actions—Loan Forgiveness and Guarantees, 4,115,310; Disbursements— Performance Loan Program, 
4,054,019. 

Northern Ontario Development Corporation ($1,416,349): 

Contribution to the Northern Ontario Development Corporation to finance its operation, 476,498; Other 
Transactions— Loan Forgiveness, 197,253; Disbursements— Performance Loan Program, 742,598. 

Eastern Ontario Development Corporation ($249,393): 

Contribution to the Eastern Ontario Development Corporation to finance its operation, 249,393. 

Total Other Payments , . . . . 32,199,227 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($18,000) 

Hon. Claude F. Bennett 18,000 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary ($5,000) 

L. M. Reilly 5,000 

Advances to the Ontario Development Corporation ($24,118,544) 

Disbursements: 

Term Loan Program 24, 1 1 8,544 



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MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TOUR ISM -Continued 

Advances to the Northern Ontario Development Corporation ($10,089,860) 

Disbursements: 

Term Loan Program 10,089.860 

Advances to the Eastern Ontario Development Corporation ($5,982,522) 

Disbursements: 

Term Loan Program 5.982,522 

Summary of Expenditures 

Voted - 

Salaries and wages 8,339,509 

Employee Benefits 831,318 

Travelling Expenses 1 ,43 1 ,042 

Other Payments 32,199,227 

42,801.096 

Statutory 40,213.926 

Total Expenditure, Ministry of Industry and Tourism $83,015,022 



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MINISTRY OF LABOUR 

Hon. J. MacBeth, Minister 
Hon. Fern Guindon, Minister 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($9,530,515) 

R. D. Johnston Deputy Minister 44,792 

W. H. Dickie Assistant Deputy Minister 38,233 

H. J. Ade, 22,852; T. E. Armstrong, 34,446; J. D. Bell, 22,852; S. Billington, 20,508; F. V. Boscariol, 31,014 
E. B. Boyer, 22,852; G. A. Brown, 20,051 ; A. M. Brunskill, 23,351 ; T. F. Carter, 21,699; R. K. Cleverdon 
29,391 ; J. R. Dempster, 20,508; J. Dunklee, 20,508; R. F. Egan, 32,856; P. P. Ferlejowski, 21,348; D. E 
Franks, 27,982; R. A. Furness, 31,014; G. L. Greenaway, 20,508; L. Haywood, 24,452; O. E. Hodges 
22,852; J. M. Hopper, 24,285; H. D. Howells, 24,285; D. E. Hushion, 38,233; H. R. Illing, 22,774; D. F 
Jones, 24,333; D. H. Kates, 25,604; J. R. Kinley, 34,044; W. H. Lehman, 26,536; J. M. Mackay, 20,039 
O. Mancini, 24,285; N. E. Mayne, 24,333; W. J. McGuire, 24,285; D. F. McLean, 20,535; E. M. McLellan 
35,889; J. McNair, 30,721; R. W. McPhee, 26,180; D. J. Morgan, 30,721; E. M. Neville, 20,302; R. J 
Ogilvie, 20,543; P. J. O'KeefTe, 22,852; J. W. Preiner, 21,699; J. E. Robinson, 22,852; J. R. Scott, 26,087 
V. E. Scott, 30,721; M. F. Siddiqui, 20,147; M. L. Skolnik, 27,014; T. R. Smith, 24,285; N. C. Soady, 
20,508; J. D. Speranzini, 27,1 17; B. D. Stevens, 24,285; H. Stiebert, 22,955; G. A. Webster, 24,333 ;-Other 
salaries and wages under $20,000, 8,163,664. 

Employee Benefits ($1,043,315) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario— re: Canada Pension Plan, 91,992; Group Insurance, 53,239; Long 
Term Income Protection, 70,546; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 141,400; Public Service Superannuation 
Fund, 477,873; Unemployment Insurance, 94,942. 

Workmen's Compensation Board, 27,641. 

Other Benefits— Attendance Bonus Credits, 52,256; Attendance Gratuities, 36,600; Less Recoveries from 
other Ministries, 3,174. 

Travelling Expenses ($903,342) 

Hon. J. MacBeth, 1,057; Hon. F. Guindon, 422; R. D. Johnston, 2,417; W. H. Dickie, 253; R. T. Addley 
3,093; R. A. Auckland, 2,868; A. C. Axcell, 4,138; H. W. Bailey, 2,574; J. W. Barclay, 4,006; C. M. Bell 
3,401; P. B. Berend, 2,870; S. Billington, 8,552; R. J. Birchall, 3,651; G. D. Black, 2,731; C. O. Booth 
3,554; M. J. Bouchard, 2,634; R. Bradley, 3,048; D. Brown, 2,564; J. R. Calder, 3,239; B. Cavion, 5,032 
R. L. Charron, 3,770; I. M. Childs, 6,093; T. R. Chislett, 2,716; W. M. Conner, 2,530; G. L. Cook, 3,376 
G. D. Cunningham, 2,605; J. R. Dempster, 4,624; T. L. Desaulniers, 3,010; M. Desouza, 3,970; R. W 
Dickey, 2,778; H. C. Draper, 5,123; J. Dunbar, 3,887; J. Dunklee, 3,530; R. Dyson, 3,298; A. C. Edwards 
2,687; M. A. Elson, 5,514; H. V. Farley, 2,599; J. C. Fleming, 4,987; J. P. Fortier, 5,426; P. G. Gardner 
4,983; G. H. Gatehouse, 2,893; G. L. Greenaway, 4,378; N. W. Guthrie, 2,620; M. G. Haslam, 3,349 
H. W. Helleman, 2,775; R. W. Holsten, 3,321 ; J. M. Hopper, 3,834; H. D. Howells, 2,649; D. E. Hushion 
3,538; H. R. Illing, 5,699; D. F. Jones, 3,181; H. R. Jones, 2,630; R. J. Kennedy, 4,027; M. A. Lacasse 
5,886; J. E. Leonard, 3,207; A. J. Look, 2,716; D. G. Loranger, 2,976; C. J. Lynch, 3,228; H. D. MacDonald 
2,503; J. A. MacDonald, 2,890; D. L. MacLean, 3,107; W. F. Magloughlen, 2,758; R. R. Malkin, 3,935 
G. M. Markovich, 4,230; F. G. Maxwell, 3,241 ; P. Mazurski, 3,769; H. K. McKay, 3,691 ; I. B. McKenna 
4,034; K. C. McLean, 3,546; D. A. McNabb, 4,855; R. W. McPhee, 5,027; W. J. McGuire, 3,243; W 
Meloche, 2,917; L. A. Millette, 3,709; I. R. Morphy, 4,621; A. A. Morrow, 3,720; O. R. Murphy, 3,131 
M. R. Nakamura, 3,628; M. F. Neave, 3,093; J. H. Owen, 4,295; W. D. Owens, 3,281 ; R. M. Parry, 3,576 
G. J. Phillips, 2,588; D. V. Reed, 2,778; M. A. Riddell, 4,725; C. F. Robicheau, 4,971 ; I. P. Rose, 2,694 
E. W. Scott, 3,143; B. C. Shepherd, 2,819; M. F. Smith, 2,720; T. R. Smith, 3,053; N. C. Soady, 5,876 
G. J. St. Michael, 3,875; D. G. Stabler, 3,126; I. E. Stairs, 4,088; B. D. Stevens, 2,551 ; J. C. Stewart, 3,746 
L. Stickland, 2,644; D. C. Thompson, 2,547; W. G. Thompson, 4,293; B. C. Thomson, 3,041; W. R 
Trenholme, 3,042; J. E. Tutty, 3,475; E. R. Unger, 3,246; R. S. Vanwart, 2,679; F. E. Watts, 3,034; D. G 
Westhaver, 2,705; H. R. Wheeler, 2,774; H. S. Wild, 3,260; W. L. Wilkinson, 2,533; J. M. Witherow 
3,424; W. L. Woolnough, 3,070; J. A. Yorke, 4,257;-Accounts under $2,500, 511,248. 



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MINISTRY OF LABOUR-Continued 

Other Payments ($3,152,149) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($3,134,406): 

Peter Barnard Associates, 36,478; Bell Canada, 78,870; Howard Brown, 18,000; Canada Envelope Com- 
pany, 10,651 ; D. D. Carter, 10,685; Chrysler Canada Ltd., 13,700; C. N. Telecommunications, 12,150; 
Dynamic Data Computer Systems, 20,604; G. S. P. Ferguson, Q.C., 16,800; Fine Papers Ltd., 26,406; 
Foster Advertising, 208,617; Ford Motor Company of Canada Limited, 13,209; General Motors of 
Canada Limited, 92,618; H. Carl Goldenberg, Q.C., 21,523; International Business Machines, 72,562; 
M & S Printers Limited, 10,499; Management Board, 445,774; Anne Martin Personnel, 24,270; 
Ministry of Attorney General, 154,176; Ministry of Government Services, 722,851 ; Ministry of Industry 
and Tourism, 59,427; Ministry of Transportation and Communications, 26,491; F. W. Murray, 
13,590; Nashua Canada Limited, 14,450; Newton & Frank Associates Inc., 13,754; T. C. O'Connor, 
14,600; Office Specialty Inc., 14,400; Queen's University, Kingston, 10,800; Receiver General for 
Canada, 125,687; Retail Marketplace Consultants Limited, 10,000; P. S. Ross & Partners, 51,558; 
Royal York Hotel, 13,209; Sutton Place Hotel, 30,476; Telford & Craddock Co. Ltd., 12,707; William 
Walsh, 10,395; Xerox of Canada, 19,458;- Accounts under $10,000, 682,961. 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($17,743): 
Research Grants ($14,200): 

Queen's University, Kingston, 10,000; — Accounts under $10,000, 4,200. 

Blind Workmen's Compensation ($3,543): 

Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario, 3,543. 

Total Other Payments 3,152,149 

Statutory 
Minister's Salary ($18,000) 

Hon. Fern Guindon 2,959 

Hon. J. MacBeth 1 5,041 

Elevator Constructor Unions Disputes Act, 1973 ($13,394) 

Judge J. C. Anderson, 10,000; -Accounts under $10,000, 3,394. 

Deposit and Trust Accounts ($3,701) 

Unclaimed Vacation-With-Pay Trust Account, 1,437. 
Employment Standards Unclaimed Wages, 1,099. 
Suspense Account, 187. 
Duplicate Payments, 978. 



Summary of Expenditures 

Voted - 

Salaries and Wages 9,530,515 

Employee Benefits 1,043,315 

Travelling Expenses 903,342 

Other Payments 3,152,149 

14,629.321 

Statutory 35,095 

14,664,416 
Less: Recoveries from other Ministries and Expenditure Refunds 477,376 

Total Expenditure, Ministry of Labour $14,187,040 



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MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES 

Hon. Leo Bernier, Minister 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($82,801,326) 

W. Q. Macnee Deputy Minister 2,870 

J. K. Reynolds Deputy Minister 45,243 

W. T. Foster Assistant Deputy Minister 38,233 

J. W. Giles Assistant Deputy Minister 41 ,574 

A. J. Herridge Assistant Deputy Minister 41 ,574 

L. Ringham Assistant Deputy Minister 38,233 

W. Acar, 22,120; L. M. Affleck, 24,285; G. Anders, 21,141 ; E. F. Anderson, 25,755; G. C. Armstrong, 24,285; 
G. A. Ashenden, 20,508; L. Bailey, 23,586; R. A. Balkwill, 20,508; J. S. Ball, 28,383; C. M. Barrett, 26,668; 
R. A. Baxter, 28,383; D. H. Bell, 22,414; J. G. Bell, 20,508; G. Bennett, 21,075; M. Berman, 21,075; A. H. 
Berst, 24,285; J. W. Birch, 20,188; E. C. Blunden, 20,236; A. N. Boissonneau, 20,508; E. G. Bright, 21,075; 
W. A. Brown, 21,920; M. J. Brubacher, 23,916; A. Bubenik, 23,226; R. J. Burgar, 26,947; D. Burger, 26,300; 
D. H. Burton, 26,953; K. D. Card, 22,015; D. B. Cardwell, 23,943; M. W. Carter, 20,013; W. H. Charlton. 
28,383 ; R M. Christie, 24,285 ; W. J. Christie, 24,285 ; J. H. Christmann, 5,03 1 ; W. G. Cleaveley, 34,435, R. G. 
Code, 30,721 ; P. J. Colby, 24,285; T. C. Cooke, 24,333; M. W. Cox, 20,219; E. M. Cressman, 23,468; H. F. 
Davis, 24,722; J. B. Dawson, 20,508; A. Dechtiarenko, 22,808; R. M. Dixon, 31,088; D. P. Dodge, 20,347; 

D. P. Drysdale, 26,815; L. H. Eckel, 34,435; G. P. Elliott, 22,143; H. B. Farrant, 27,588; D. A. Fawcett, 
20,508; G. H. Ferguson, 33,694; S. A. Ferguson, 25,668; J. F. Flowers, 20,490; W. H. Forman, 21,297; C. F. 
Foster, 21 ,142 ; J. M. Fraser, 24,285 ; E. B. Freeman, 21 ,075 ; W. K. Fullerton, 21 ,914; D. E. Gage. 24,285 ; J. F. 
Gage, 20,508; R. H. Galway, 22,599; H. J. Gibbard, 20,101 ; A. C. Goddard, 30,721 ; J. F. Goodman, 21,987; 
A. G. Gordon, 25,668; W. R. Grinnell, 24,285; H. A. Groen, 21,075; R. A. Groves, 21,075; J. A. Haddon, 
20,008; F. L. Hall, 24,285; R. J. Hall, 21,238; J. M. Halpenny, 23,468; R. H. Hambly, 26,953; G. A. 
Hamilton, 24,340; S. R. Hamilton, 24,285; C. J. Heeney, 23,704; W. Hendry, 27,730; W. R. Henson, 34,721 ; 
Q. Hess, 24,285; D. F. Hewitt, 25,668; W. A. Hoffman, 25,668; A. S. Holder, 21,389; T. W. Hueston, 28,383; 
J. D. Hughes, 24,285; J. M. Hughes, 29,701; R. W. Hummel, 24,285; D. A. Hurley, 21,494; R. B. Hutt, 
21,075; K. Irizawa, 34,435; E. W. Isaac, 24,597; W. E. Jenns, 24,285; G. A. Jewett, 38,233; D. R. Johnston, 
24,590; J. R. Keddie, 24,285; J. W. Keenan, 34,435; G. B. Kolenosky, 24,149; T. M. Kurtz, 22,955; 
C. R. Kustra, 23,334; C. H. Lane, 20,508; H. C. Larsson, 24,285; A. D. Latornell, 26,500; A. H. Lawrie, 
24,285; J. J. Lazurko, 23,830; T. E. Lee, 24,590; R. H. Leech, 24,285; M. G. Lewis, 20,034; J. W. Lockwood, 
38,233; K. H. Loftus, 26,953; G. M. Longley, 24,333; H. L. Lovell, 21,075; H. G. Lumsden, 25,668; N. F. 
Lyon, 20,508; R. R. MacBean, 35,183; C. D. Maclnnes, 22,667; G. E. MacKinnon, 20,508; F. P. Maher, 
22,877; E. Markus, 21,595; N. V. Martin, 25,668; W. G. Maslen, 24,297; E. E. Matten, 23,204; L. H. Mayeda, 
20,659; A. M. McCombie, 24,285; G. A. McCormack, 28,383; J. R. McGinn, 25,259; W. H. Mcllwaine, 
20,874; F. C. McKergow, 20,495; W. V. McKnight, 22,955; D. D. McLean, 23,996; D. N. McMullen, 
25,668; J. A. Mervart, 21,710; H. D. Meyn, 21,075; V. G. Milne, 27,117; D. A. Moddle, 24,333; M. A. 
Mogford, 25,200; T. P. Mohide, 32,977; F. A. Mortisugu, 26,692; W. J. Morris, 23,686; C. K. Moulson, 
21,075; R. E. Mullin, 25,668; D. J. Murray, 20,508; J. W. Murray, 25,668; J. R. Oatway, 27,776; S. B. 
Panting, 27,266; N. D. Patrick, 26,708; A. H. Peacock, 29,412; D. M. Peacock, 32,505; T. L. Pickard, 
20,023; G. Pierpoint, 24,285; L. J. Post, 23,704; D. M. Powers, 23,586; E. G. Pye, 31,086; D. R. Pyke, 
20,990; J. A. Queen, 23,733; K. S. Rachamalla, 21,044; F. L. Raymond, 24,285; K. H. Reese, 20,508; 
R. A. Riley, 22,236; P. G. Rimmington, 21,595; J. A. Robertson, 23,334; F. C. Robinson, 23,704; J. D. 
Roseborough, 27,266; J. W. Rousom, 22,667; R. A. Ryder, 24,285; G. M. Scott, 20,613; J. D. Scott, 
20,508; R. V. Scott, 24,333; F. E. Sider, 21,658; D. W. Simkin, 24,285; G. A. Simons, 20,474; G. A. 
Sinclair, 20,101; W. L. Sleeman, 27,266; J. R. Sloan, 32,229; G. D. Spry, 3,862; R. O. Standfield, 
24,285; W. C. Stevens, 20,490; P. C. Thurston, 20,541; W. A. Thurston, 24,285; W. D. Tieman, 27,266; 
C. R. Tilt, 20,331; K. B. Turner, 24,285; U. J. Vagners, 21,075; D. J. Vance, 24,285; M. A. Vos, 21,075; 

E. J. Wade, 23,759; A. E. Walroth, 24,285; J. C. Weir, 20,347; E. G. Wilson, 21,595; J. M. Zend, 21,075; 
V. Zsilinszky, 25,793; L. Zsuffa, 25,087;— Other salaries and wages under $20,000, 78,616,624. 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries, 576,338. 



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Employee Benefits ($7,281,615) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario— re: Canada Pension Plan, 990,093; Group Insurance, 284,420; Long 
Term Income Protection, 321,509; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 873,873; Public Service Superannuation 
Fund, 2,529,149; Unemployment Insurance, 1,010,337. 

Other Benefits— Attendance Bonus Credits, 428,837; Attendance Gratuities, 450,281. 

Workmen's Compensation Board, 408,543. 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries, 15,427. 



Travelling Expenses ($3,401,067) 

Hon. L. Bernier, 13,118; L. Maeck, 441; Dr. J. K. Reynolds, 2,980; G. F. Adams, 3,247; Dr. R. M. Alison, 
3,906; M. S. Altan, 4,024; P. Anslow, 2,668; G. C. Armstrong, 2,856; A. G. Bailey, 2,795; J. R. Bailey, 
2,551 ; R. A. Balkwill, 2,872; L. J. Balogh, 18,943; F. Baratta, 2,557; M. P. Barker, 2,893; R. Barlow, 3,592; 
M. Barton, 3,524; S. Barty, 3,273; D. Bates, 3,700; R. A. Baxter, 3,450; W. E. Belisle, 3,195; J. H. Bingley, 
5,065; D. D. Bird, 3,051; W. D. Bond, 4,314; H. J. Bone, 3,133, J. H. Boyle, 6,018; R. V. Brady, 4,186; 
G. C. Bragg, 2,968; G. Brown, 6,660; W. J. Brown, 3,545; D. Burger, 3,181; T. J. Burton, 2,597; G. J. 
Burwasser, 2,583; J. Butts, 2,668; J. M. Byrne, 3,485; W. H. Cantelon, 2,700; K. J. Chambers, 3,573; 
R. B. Chang, 2,833; W. H. Charlton, 3,107; M. A. Chaudhry, 2,517; R. E. Chornopski, 2,532; W. J. Christie, 
3,987; C. D. Clark, 4,1 30; J. K. Cleaveley, 3,400; T. C. Cooke, 3,632; W. H. Cranston, 6,198; E. M. Cressman, 
2,776; G. E. Crewe, 2,821; R. W. Crewson, 3,690; A. Currie, 2,630; W. C. Currie, 2,717; D. A. Dasti, 
2,892; J. E. Deyo, 2,925; R. J. Dickie, 16,691 ; D. P. Dodge, 4,052; D. A. Dooling, 2,682; C. W. Douglas, 
3,618; D. P. Drysdale, 2,817; R. T. Duff, 2,747; R. Elliot, 3,885; R. A. Ellis, 3,654; C. A. Elsey, 3,388; 
D. A. Fawcett, 2,843; B. H. Feenstra, 2,644; G. H. Ferguson, 2,970; F. Fischer-Jenssen, 2,850; W. H. 
Forman, 3,619; J. F. Flowers, 4,752; D. E. Gage, 3,002; J. W. Giles, 4,320; J. F. Goodman, 3,068; N. C. 
Gordon, 2,530; J. F. Gosnell, 2,736; E. Grabowski, 2,538; R. Groot, 4,559; J. A. Haddon, 6,049; G. A. 
Hamilton, 3,703; S. R. Hamilton, 3,416; R. H. Hanlan, 3,451; A. M. Harjula, 3,427; P. Harkema, 4,794; 
I. R. Harrington, 3,346; W. Hendry, 3,585; H. J. Henry, 3,325; A. J. Herridge, 3,031; G. A. Hoffman, 
4,574; W. N. Hogan, 3,034; T. W. Hueston, 4,778; J. M. Hughes, 6,054; C. H. Hurd, 2,950; J. K. Hurst, 
2,576; K. K. Irizawa, 2,745; W. G. Irwin, 2,531 ; E. W. Isaac, 2,997; J. E. Jackson, 3,477; R. H. Jackson, 
2,610; G. A. Jewett, 4,574; D. A. Joudouin, 4,131; D. R. Johnston, 3,486; E. F. Johnston, 2,957; W. C. 
Johnstone, 3,669; Dr. M. Jost, 2,642; J. W. Keenan, 3,039; R. J. Keir, 2,909; S. Kim, 4,059; G. H. 
Kokocinski, 3,258; D. P. Kolenosky, 2,722; M. A. Klugman, 2,836; H. Kresin, 3,336; C. Laramie, 2,957; 
A. D. Latornell, 3,258; A. H. Lawrie, 3,717; M. G. Lewis, 2,541 ; L. H. Lingenfelter, 3,152; J. T. Linklater, 
3,602; I. C. Livingstone, 2,703; K. H. Loftus, 2,852; G. Long, 3,635; J. R. Lidwig, 2,873; W. MacCullum, 
3,385; D. E. Magee, 4,783; F. P. Maher, 2,848; R. B. Martindale, 3,850; H. I. Mattson, 2,942; A. M. 
McClellan, 5,931 ; F. A. McConnell, 2,559; G. A. McCormack, 5,252; L. S. McCoy, 2,807; W. M. McKittrick, 
3,196; D. D. McLean, 3,111; D. J. McLellan, 2,601; R. J. Mennenga, 3,442; H. D. Meyn, 2,888; M. S. 
Millar, 3,353; R. L. Mitton, 3,166; Dr. T. P. Mohide, 3,056; C. Monk, 2,554; W. S. Montgomery, 
3,040; R. M. Monzon, 2,617; W. J. Morris, 4,032; J. R. Morton, 2,772; A. A. Moses, 2,639; E. E. Multamaki, 
3,139; E. E. Murphy, 3,757; D. J. Murray, 3,963; R. E. Murray, 3,748; K. G. Musclow, 2,981 ; J. M. Niels, 
5,481; D. E. Norris, 3,592; N. P. Nurse, 2,678; J. R. Oatway, 3,810; R. M. Odell, 3,312; D. J. OGrady. 
2,792; A. Olijnyk, 2,573; A. R. Olsen, 3,612; C. H. Olver, 2,637; W. J. Patterson, 2,896; D. M. Peacock, 
2,534; E. P. Polonoski, 4,204; L. J. Post, 3,342; H. Redding, 2,526; K. H. Reese, 3,156; L. W. Reid, 3,053; 
N. R. Richards, 2,790; R. A. Riley, 2,724; P. G. Rimmington, 4,897; L. Ringham, 5,420; F. C. Robinson, 
2,781 ; J. B. Rorke, 2,542; R. A. Ryder, 4,149; R. B. Sarjeant, 3,415; J. D. Sayers, 2,568; R. P. Schroeder. 
2,681 ; J. H. Scott, 3,733; V. M. Silver, 3,348; A. D. Smith, 2,821 ; W. C. Stevens, 6,285; J. R. Stork, 3.366; 
W. J. Straight, 3,986; A. G. Strey, 3,153; M. Sugimoto, 3,479; F. D. Swant, 3,240; E. J. Swift, 2,668; 
M. C. Taylor, 3,238; F. J. Thompson. 3,084; H. R. Timmermann, 2,847; A. J. Tracy, 4,844; R. H. Trotter. 
2,562; D. G. Waldriff, 2,917; G. A. Walker, 2,871 ; A. E. Walroth, 2,680; L. Walton, 2,561 ; W. K. Warner. 
4,596; G. Warren, 2,638; A. Weber, 3,904; A. R. Whelton, 3,153; G. R. Whitney, 3,925; L. Williams, 
3,512; E. G. Wilson, 2,919; E. F. Wolters, 4,808; P. Wyatt, 2,758; E. V. Young, 3,290; H. Zimmer, 3,457; 
-Accounts under $2,500; 2,705,552. 

Less: Recoveries from other Ministries, 24,130. 

Other Payments ($101,743,902) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($69,476,349): 

A & F Gift Souvenir Co. Ltd., 1 1,390; Lome C. Abbott, 22,300; Abitibi Paper Co., 129,409; Abram & Son 
Mgt. Ltd., 22,800; Abso Blue Print Ltd., 16,310; Acklands Ltd., 81,918; Acme Fish Net & Twine, 



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34,539; Acme Planing Mills Ltd., 19,448; ADBO Contracting Co. Ltd., 35,736; Addressograph- 
Multigraph Canada Ltd., 29,599; ADE Industrial & Automotive Ltd., 33,093; Aeroceanics Fishways 
Corporation, 23,005; Agricultural Chemicals Ltd., 10,435; Air-Dale Ltd., 27,259; Air Muskoka, 14,142; 
Leo Alarie & Sons Ltd., 67,867; Wm. Albert Ltd., 21,712; Norman Alexander, 12,658; All Weather 
Asphalt Mix Ltd., 29,852; Allan's Hardware, 47,531 ; Russel A. Allen & Eileen Allen, 13,200; Allied 
Chemical Canada Ltd., 93,035; Robert Allworth Ltd., 21,929; Horst Ambs, 39,927; K. R. Amer, 
15,979; Anchor Textiles Ltd., 10,138; George Angus (Canada) Ltd., 274,273; Angus Stonehouse & Co. 
Ltd., 21,038; Anstey Graphic Ltd., 14,082; Charles Appelbe, 22,000; Armbro Materials & Construction 
Ltd., 10,652; Armco Canada Ltd., 41,247; George Armstrong Co. Ltd., 42,495; Armstrong Van & 
Storage, Ltd., 29,071; Arnprior Builders Supplies, 12,285; Atco (Quebec) Ltd., 118,183; Atkinson's, 
18,685; Atlas Van Lines, 18,297; Ministry of The 1 Attorney General, 195,857; Albert M. Attwood & 
Florence A. Atwood, 17,000; Au Terroir Enrg., 12,621 ; Austin Airways Ltd., 27,927; Aviation Electric 
Ltd., 15,129; R. J. Axford, 32,862; B & J Equipment Rentals Ltd., 271,386; BP Oil Ltd., 52,655; 
B & S Emblem Ltd., 16,365; B.T. Technical Services Ltd., 151,048; G. A. Backus Co. Ltd., 15,811 ; 
Bagdon's Esso, 13,289; Bailey Bridge & Pitts Associates Ltd., 156,388; Bailey Construction Co. Ltd., 
23,342; Ross G. Baker, 107,000; Gordon L. Ball, 120,000; Ronald D. Bang Trucking, 18,204; Chantier 
Co-op De Barker, 20,032; Geo. Barnes & Sons Ltd., 57,092; J. D. Barnes Ltd., 182,914; Les Barrett 
Sports, 14,390; Crawford Bartley and Mervyn Bartley, 27,500; Beaver Lumber Co. Ltd., 71,104; 
Belisle Trac Sales Ltd., 46,642; Bell Canada, 949,816; Bell & Howell Canada Ltd., 46,337; Belleville 
Truck Centre, 14,757; Bendix Corporation, The Avionics Division, 11,318; W. A. Beninger Ltd., 
18,600; Bennet Marine, 12,423; Bermingham Construction Ltd., 15,403; Olive Berthiaume, 31,000; 
Bert's Auto Supply Ltd., 14,107; Robert J. Bibeau, 16,869; Bird and Hale Ltd., 28,591; H. Curry 
Bishop, 20,667; Black Bay Contracting & Enterprise Ltd., 24,496; P. A. Blackburn, 11,070; Joseph 
Bogdan, 83,602 ; William E. Bolan, 1 1 ,970; Paul Bolender, 1 5,805 ; Bombaire Service, 45,496 ; Bombardier 
(Ontario) Ltd., 199,353; Bond-Boyd & Co. Ltd., 12,786; E. Bondy Excavating & Trucking Ltd., 16,839; 
Lloyd Bondy and Anthony Rainone, 47,400; Book Bros. Ltd., 18,612; Klaus Paul Borchardt, 24,900; 
Bordaire Ltd., 114,306; W. Born Contracting Ltd., 38,196; Murray Bosley, 148,000; Boston Bros. 
Ltd., 66,272; P. Boutin Co. Ltd., 38,052; Bow Helicopters Ltd., 82,950; Ernest Branget and Suzanne 
Branget, 33,300; J. A. Brisson & Sons Ltd., 34,104; Bristol Aero-Industries (Montreal) Ltd., 41,607; 
H. J. Brooks, 60,742; Brouzes Equipment Ltd., 14,615; Donald Brown, 10,463; Brown & Ellison Ltd., 
13,640; Vallance Brown & Co. Ltd., 18,045; Brownlee Bulldozing Backhoeing, 16,240; Herbert E. 
Brumm, 75,636; George R. Buckley, 18,616; Building Products of Canada Ltd., 91,371 ; Building Trades 
Centre, 12,857; D. A. Burgis Ltd., 17,672; Bud Burke Plumbing, Heating & Electric Service, 17,243; 
Burns Foods Ltd., 33,756; Eldon M. Burton and Beatrice M. Burton, 29,350; J. R. Button, 14,000; 
Caledon Helicopters Ltd., 17,938; Cambrian Ford Sales Ltd., 32,510; N. C. Cameron & Sons Ltd., 
10,252; Cameron's Dairy, 14,289; Camp Associates Advertising Ltd., 170,933; Clare Campbell, 17,387; 
Grant Campbell of Chapleau Ltd., 71,644; J. P. Campbell Holdings Ltd., 1 1,400; Camroy Construction 
Ltd., 64,076; Canada Packers Ltd., 98,565; Canadair Flextrac Ltd., 19,699; Canadian Forestry Equip- 
ment Ltd., 69,823; Canadian General Electric Co. Ltd., 125,114; Canadian Industries Ltd., 78,530; 
Canadian Laboratory Supplies Ltd., 32,344; Canadian Marconi Co., 22,645; Canadian Motorola 
Electronics Co., 293,556; Canadian National Railways, 184,532; Canadian Nickel Co. Ltd., 31,280; 
Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 161,871; Canadian Propane Gas & Oil Ltd., 37,383; Canadian Scale 
Co. Ltd., 80,192; Canadian Tire Corp. Associate Stores, 21,660; Canadian Voyageur Airlines, 22,561 ; 
Canam Oil Services, 19,574; Canwest Aviation Ltd., 68,332; Capital Air Surveys Ltd., 171,957; 
Caravan Trailer Sales, 17,087; Cardinal Cash and Carry, 21,459; Glenn Carmody, 11,176; Ira Carr 
Construction, 23,385; Carrington's Building Centre Ltd., 20,144; Cash & Carry Plywood & Lumber, 
12,366; Cashway Lumber Company, 14,955; Gordon Chapman, 24,906; Sabin Charlebois, 43,974 
Anna Charytonuik, 55,000; Chemonics Industries Canada Ltd., 223,150; Chipman Chemicals Ltd. 
31,145; Chisamore Plumbing & Heating, 15,331; Chisholm's (Roslin) Ltd., 20,095; Chrysler Canada 
Ltd., 772,533; Municipality of Clarendon & Miller, 10,140; John Clark & Emma Jane Clark, 15,000 
Claybelt Lumber Ltd., 13,631; Clear View Packaging Products Ltd., 22,465; Clouthier Industrial 
Equipment Ltd., 27,074; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware Ltd., 103,209; Jane D. Cochrane, 11,000 
Charles W. Collins Stores Ltd., 18,289; Collins Radio Company, 48,825; The Colonial Homes Ltd. 
68,159; Ministry of Community and Social Services, 48,264; Oliver Comisso & Son Ltd., 17,093 
Computer Sciences Canada Ltd., 16,279; Computer Devices of Canada Ltd., 22,487; Comstock Inter 
national Ltd., 16,570; Conair Aviation Ltd., 26,671; Conder, Sugg, Bigelow & Miller, 47,096; A. C 
Connor & Sons Ltd., 10,040; Consolidated Aero-Export Corp., 18,384; Consolidated-Bathurst Ltd. 
25,634; Consumers Trading Co., 1 1,846; Allan G. Cook Ltd., 21,395; RetaCook, 68,000; Alf. Cooper & 
Company Ltd., 25,000; Cooper and Beatty Ltd., 38,949; Cooper-Rigato Sand & Gravel, 13,690; Cornwall 
Gravel Co. Ltd., 46,214; Lewis W. Corville, 10,000; Elmer Covill, 24,752; Craib Construction Ltd., 
56,296; Crane Supply, 19,716; Russell Crick, 14,100; Crysler & Lethem Ltd., 16,674; Currey Bulmer 
Marine Ltd., 16,901; Cuter Brands Ltd., 12,302; D. C. Steel Farm Drainage, 29,577; Emery Daigler, 



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18,700; Ernest D' Andrea and Vilma D' Andrea, 19,250; Dataline Systems, 10,675; B. R. Davidson 
Construction Ltd., 32,258; Davis & McLay Developments Ltd., 52,935; Raymond Davis and Annie 
Davis, 20,000; Day, Wilson, Campbell, 23,331 ; Dearden and Stanton Ltd., 36,500; John Deere Ltd., 
43,463; Dellair Enterprises Ltd., 17,300; Devlin Timber Co. Ltd., 18,283; Devon Resources Ltd., 
1 1,733; Dibblee Construction Co., 33,857; A. B. Dick Co. of Canada Ltd., 10,724; The Diebold Co. of 
Canada Ltd., 12,014; Diesel Equipment Ltd., 102,106; Frank Di Giulio, 19,500; George L. Dillon, 
28,865; M. M. Dillon Ltd., 57,856; J. & J. Dineley Ltd., 20,168; Dixon Bros. Electric, 23,244; Jessie 
Dobbie, 50,000; Brian Dodds, David Tomlinson Landscape Architects, 12,948; Bruce Dolomite Ltd., 
45,000; Dominion Chain Co. Ltd., 36,862; Dominion-Pegasus Helicopter Services, 614,356; Dominion 
Road Machinery Sales Ltd., 52,663; Dominion Stores Ltd., 17,854; Dominion Textile Ltd., 27,693; 
Domtar Packaging Ltd., 19,057; Domtar Woodlands Ltd., 17,226; Ken Dooley Bulldozing, 61,907; 
Dorion Inn and Store, 21,105; Dow Chemical of Canada Ltd., 23,400; Drain Bros. Excavating, 14,835; 
Driftex Ltd., 25,147; Dryden Paper Co. Ltd., 262,072; Louis Ducharme and Godfrey Regier, 20,000; 
Dudar Construction Ltd., 220,400; Duke Lawn Equipment Ltd., 27,911; Guy Du Manoir, 12,368; 
Stan Dunford, 20,384; Vincent P. Dunn and Theresa C. Dunn, 94,000; Dyad Computer Systems Inc., 
10,975; Ear Falls Contracting Ltd., 19,964; Earl Fabricating & Steel Ltd., 59,257; The T. Eaton Co. 
Ltd., 16,054; Eaton's CMO Sales, 10,454; The E. B. Eddy Co., 15,523; Eddy Forest Products Ltd., 
105,375; Edgerton Fuels, 18,444; Electro Sonic Industrial Sales (Toronto) Ltd., 12,965; Elliot Lake 
Centre for Continuing Education, 17,291; Sandy Elliot Performance Centre, 28,527; Emco Ltd., 
47,970; Endleman Holder Ltd., 31,338; Entire Reproductions, 28,949; Ethier Sand & Gravel Ltd., 
26,136; Evans Lumber & Builders Supply Ltd., 18,676; FMC of Canada Ltd., 23,105; Farquhar 
Construction Ltd., 21,580; James Fedy, 10,000; A. J. Feheley Co. Ltd., 16,455; Feldman Timber Co. 
Ltd., 23,630; Ferring & Nuttal's Camp Caribou, 12,605; W. A. Ferring, 28,259; I. Feuerherdt & 

E. Tischer, 12,000; Field Aviation Co. Ltd., 23,180; Fisher Scientific Co. Ltd., 19,060; Henry Fleguel, 
90,000; Flek Timber Co. Ltd., 26,478; John L. Fleming & Doris W. Fleming, 18,500; Cecil Ford, 
35,000; Ford, Gray, Simmons & Co., Ltd., 11,828; Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd., 302,070; Forest 
Service-USDA, 32,761 ; Frink of Canada, 20,896; Frost Steel & Wire Co. Ltd., 11,606; Gabriel Aero- 
Marine Instruments Ltd., 13,833; Howard W. Galbraith, 17,526; Gamble-Robinson Ltd., 23,185; 
Ursula M. Gash, 18,000; Gateford Mines Ltd., 22,880; Gaytown Sportswear Co., 23,948; L. Gemmiti, 

F. Desantis, G. Desantis and Gino Desantis, 12,600; General Airspray Ltd., 68,222; General Motors 
of Canada Ltd., 294,592; Jean Gengembach, 15,100; A. Millard George, 92,000; Georgian Bay Airways 
Ltd., 109,244; Geoterrex Ltd., 119,080; Geraldton Millworks Ltd., 10,304; Gerard Construction 
(Ontario) Ltd., 11,260; Gestetner (Canada) Ltd., 33,255; Norman A. Giffen, 20,600; Gordon L. 
Gilbert, 15,312; W. L. Girardin, A. E. Girardin and H. Girardin, 24,150; T. L. Glassford, 16,325; 
Alfred Goetz, 28,200; Al. Good Sand & Gravel Ltd., 10,637; Floyd Goodmurphy, 14,422; B. F. 
Goodrich Canada Ltd., 11,626; Ted Gordon, 20,716; The Gosselin Lumber Co. Ltd., 33,429; 
Gouchie's IGA Foodliner, 10,449; Ministry of Government Services, 4,312,289; Howard M. Graham 
Ltd., 101,116; Grand & Toy, 46,509; Barbara W. Grange and Edward Rockfort Grange, 490,000; 
J. M. Grant Contractors Ltd., 32,904; Great Lakes Airlines Ltd., 36,468; Great Lakes Helicopters 
Ltd., 74,867; Great Lakes Lumber and Shipping Ltd., 58,111; Great Lakes Nickel Ltd., 125,500; 
Great Lakes Paper Co. Ltd., 88,655; Green Airways Ltd., 43,691; Max Greenberg Estate, 48,225; 
Grey Motors Ltd., 41,623; Griffin Sproston Inc., 29,687; Groom-Callaghan Supply Co. Ltd., 49,801 ; 
Guelph Correctional Centre Industries, 187,921 ; Gulf Oil Canada Ltd., 1,329,324; Norman A. Gunn, 
39,518; Gunnex Ltd., 30,965; Thomas L. Gurran, 37,500; Hahanni Helicopters Ltd., 30,381 ; E. Halinen, 
1 2,960 ; Lonnie Hall & Paula Hall, 25,600 ; Hall Photographic Supply Ltd., 1 24,353 ; William A. Hallatt, 
21,500; Halliday Homes Ltd., 14,119; Hainan's Red & White, 14,757; Hamilton Carhartt Mfg. Ltd., 
25,816; Harry M. Hanlon & Marjorie Hanlon, 21,243; Hanna Mining Co., 10,450; Hansen Leather 
Mfg., 14,813; Hanson & Edgar Ltd., 10,678; Eleanor June Hanuszak, 12,508; Harley's Supermarket 
Ltd., 20,161 ; Harman Contracting Ltd., 46,000; John M. Harvey, 10,196; Wayne E. Hazen & Jean S. 
Hazen, 12,500; Hearst Lumber Co. Ltd., 19,255; Heath & Sherwood Drilling, 112,523; Heath Tecna 
Corporation, 10,804; Helair Ltd., 100,698; Heli Voyageur Ltd., 38,799; Henry & Co., 17,980; Karl 
Herits, 52,858; M. Hernandez & Sons, 10,680; William Thompson Herrick, 35,000; Hertz, 11,639; 
Wesley C. Heslop, 10,035; Hewlett Packard (Canada) Ltd., 38,861 ; Highland Ford Sales Ltd., 17,815; 
George O. Hill Ltd., 52,664; Robert D. Hill, 75,600; Kenneth Hilyer & Gail Hilyer, 66,000; Alice E. 
Hoad & Irene A. Hoad Wall, 100,500; Hockley Valley Development Ltd., 63,000: Hoey and McMillan 
Ltd., 24,051; Garfield Hogan, 19,776; Alfred V. Holland & Dorothea M. Holland, 14,008; Thomas 
Holmwood, 17,000; J. V. Holt Sales Ltd., 21,181; Homes by Northland, 17,750; Hooker Air Service 
Ltd., 25,498; Hough, Stansbury & Associates Ltd., 43,579; Hovey & Associates Ltd., 18,284; E. S. 
Hubbell & Sons Ltd., 23,198; Hudson's Bay Co., 98,068; W. R. Huffman, 12,268; The Hughes-Owens 
Co. Ltd., 21,108; Huisson Aviation Ltd., 60,374; William C. Hund& Roma F. Hund, 50,000; Hunnisett 
& Edmonds Ltd., 23,204; Alton Stewart Hunter& Elaine Hunter, 15,000; Huntsville Fuels Ltd., 1 1,291 ; 
The Huntsville Planing Mills Ltd., 47,800; Huron Pines Realty Ltd., 32,894; Husky Oil Operations Ltd., 



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10,165; Hussey Electric Supply Ltd., 20,146; Donald H. Hutchings, 15,508; D. E. & J. C. Hutchison 
Contracting Co. Ltd., 35,582; Robert Hutton & Shirley Hutton, 43,000; Ontario Hydro, 522,682; 
IBM Canada Ltd., 208,315; Ignace Airways Ltd., 109,577; Ministry of Industry and Tourism, 33,870; 
Inforex of Canada Ltd., 16,915; Intercity Industrial Supply Ltd., 12,886; Intercontinental Maps & 
Charts Ltd., 13,373; Interroyal Corporation Ltd., 10,694; Imperial Oil Ltd., 542,031; Michael Jacksic, 
51,847; John E. Jackson, 17,276; A. Jaman, 24,569; Janeaux & Sons Logging Ltd., 1 1,828; Jefco Ltd., 
15,949; Lee Jennison, 11,127; T. W. Johnson, 107,500; Johnsons Home Centre Inc., 11,980; Kaladar 
Northern Construction Ltd., 48,618; Larry Kaminski, 24,000; R. W. Kangas Ltd., 12,986; Kantola 
Motors Ltd., 20,005; Albert Kapush Contracting Ltd., 60,393; Annie Kastner, 11,000; Shirley Y. 
Kellam, 90,000; Kern-San Ltd., 33,461; Ray Kempf, 80,780; Gordon Kenny, 10,303; Kenora Air 
Services, 47,776; Kenting Klondike Helicopters, 45,908; J. A. C. Kernohan Construction Ltd., 1 1,963; 
Kerr's Food Market Ltd., 15,620; Ketchum Mfg. Sales Ltd., 20,669; Keuffel & Esser of Canada Ltd., 
62,965; Keyes Supply Co. Ltd., 13,286; Kilmer Van Nostrand Co. Ltd., 14,819; Kimberly-Clark of 
Canada Ltd., 89,875; E. C. King Contracting Ltd., 11,573; E. G. King Construction Ltd., 20,498; 
Willis Kinsley, 185,000; Klean Auto Leasing, 18,952; Heinz Klinge, 68,025; Klondike Helicopters, 
45,326; Kodak Canada Ltd., 36,809; Koppers International Canada Ltd., 46,570; Koval Bros. Ltd., 
61,220; Elmer Krieger, 18,200; G. Kuchnel Excavating, 21,959; George Kupper (Jr.), 10,488; Kurz 
Builders Supplies Ltd., 15,000; L. J. Kydd Construction Ltd., 26,575; L. & H. Motors Ltd., 10,943; 
A. J. Labelle, 20,250; M. J. Labelle Co. Ltd., 554,122; Lac La Croix Quetico Air Services Ltd., 18,977; 
Lac Seul Airways Ltd., 16,114; K. T. Lacarte Construction, 15,302; Eric J. Lackstrom, 1 1,359; Gervais 
Lacroix, 20,000; Yvon Lahaie Ltd., 20,382; Kurt Lakaschus, 15,072; Lakehead Culvert Ltd , 52,837; 
Lakehead Motors Ltd., 268,001; Lakehead University, 202,190; Lakewood Ford Sales Ltd., 12,232; 
Lambair Ltd., 24,280; Richard T. Lambert & Sylvia L. Lambert, 81,000; Lamothe Trucking and 
Excavating, 23,323; Lanark County Highways, 181,331; Langridge Ltd., 11,307; Larue's Haulage, 
11,225; Lawrason-Newman, 14,652; N. D. Lea & Associates, 37,800; Leblanc& Royle Communications 
Towers Ltd., 33,352; John Leckie Ltd., 12,934; Alvin James Lee, 20,000; Carl J. Lehman & Sons, 28,518 
Levesque Lumber (Hearst) Ltd., 71,409; Levitt-Safety Ltd., 21,740; Liftair International Ltd., 44,1 12 
Lindstrom & Nilson Ltd., 14,949; Raymond Ling, 16,500; Linnenbank Leather Goods Ltd., 31,054 
Lloyd Bag Co. Ltd., 12,252; Leo Lobsinger & Margaret G. Lobsinger, 117,879; Lofgren Inc., 20,141 
Lombard North Group Ltd., 25,000; Bob Londry Electric Ltd., 11,453; Richarda Longhurst, 39,927 
Alfred Lougheed, 24,048; Orian E. B. Low, 91,000; Lundy Steel Ltd., 11,122; Lymburner Lake Hunt 
Club, 71,000; MSA Canada, 18,089; MSC Engineering Systems Ltd., 18,386; Maccaferri Gabions of 
Canada Ltd., 15,904; MacDonalds Consolidated Ltd., 22,970; Mack Mackenzie Motors Ltd., 10,297; 
Majestic Construction, 12,667; Mike Malloy, 16,534; Francis L. Manion Ltd., 61,989; Manitou Airways 
Ltd., 81,139; Fred Marion, 52,613; Market Facts of Canada Ltd., 53,147; Bernard Marquart & Son, 
15,558; Alberta Marr, 40,000; Marshall Equipment Ltd., 11,629; Marshall Macklin Monaghan Ltd., 
39,893; C. L. Martin & Co. Ltd., 10,673; Martin Feed Mills Ltd., 69,494; Ian Martin Associates Ltd., 
43,769; Massey-Ferguson Industries Ltd., 34,609; Paul F. Maycock, 20,250; Donald K. Maynard, 1 5,228; 
D. S. McArthur Contracting Ltd., 172, 123; Sid McCauley, 11,188; Neil McConnell& Ruby McConnell, 
44,600; N. A. McDougall Construction Manitoulin Ltd., 16,233; Lloyd J. McDowell & Florence A. 
McDowell, 33,000; H. J. McFarland Construction Co. Ltd., 12,597; M. D. McFarlane, 10,000; G. R. 
McGinn, 39,604; Ray Mcintosh Boats, 10,334; Neil McKenzie, 31,700; A. B. McLennan, 11,503; 
Murray A. McMunn, 37,836; Howard N. McNabb, 48,960; Neil A. McNicol, 117,129; Wm. R. 
McTaggart & David McTaggart, 35,000; Menard Construction Ltd., 10,555; B. Merrill & E. R. Smith, 
17,500; Murray Meyers, 24,687; M. Michaud& Sons Co. Ltd., 14,328; Micro Plastics Co. Ltd., 30,938; 
Mid-Canada Foods, 12,634; Midland Buildall Associate Store, 22,450; Midland Fruit Co. Ltd., 13,730; 
Dan Mielhausen, 22,000; Millardair, 75,774; Millbrook Correctional Centre, 111,300; Miller Mobile 
Homes, 41,860; Raymond C. Miller, 19,500; Douglas D. Mills Trucking, 26,858; Mining Corporation 
of Canada (1964) Ltd., 13,276; 3M Canada Ltd., 65,553; John Misener Marine Equipment Ltd., 22,243; 
Elgin Mitchell & Sons, 20,002; Moffatt & Powell Ltd., 17,196; Moldex Ltd., 1 1,221 ; Gilbert Mongraw, 
20,900; Monsanto Canada Ltd., 105,389; Monteith Trucking Ltd., 36,795; Irvine Moore, 40,500; 
Moore Lake Hunt Club, 16,000; J. T. Morgan, 27,300; Raymond Moriyama, 31,840; G. Morris, 65,000; 
Ken W. Morris Ltd., 11,280; F. L. Morrow & Clarice Morrow, 25,020; Morton, Dodds & Partners, 
15,546; S. W. Mound, 33,976; Milan Mrakic, 16,491 ; David J. Mudie & Co., 13,165; Ralph Muller & 
Clara Muller, 23,500; Mel Murdoch Ltd., 67,860; Fred Murphy Ltd., 56,000; Murphy Oil Co. Ltd., 
10,209; Murray Bros. Lumber Co. Ltd., 42,737; Nahanni Helicopters Ltd., 115,016; Nashua Murritt 
Ltd., 15,776; National Cash Register Co. of Canada, 31,651 ; National Grocers Co., 90,273; National 
Heritage Ltd., 654,095; Navair Ltd., 16,815; Nedco, 11,616; Nelson's Leisureland, 11,737; S. C. 
Nesbitt & Son Ltd., 13,790; New Dryden Jobbing Ltd., 14,279; New Dryden Lumber Co., 16,065; 
Niagara Bronze Ltd., 13,700; Carl Nicholson, 10,108; Stephen B. Nicholson, 44,072; Chas. Nieder's 
Sons Ltd., 55,586; Nim Disposal Ltd., 18,808; Noranda Exploration Co. Ltd., 21,860; Norcan Homes 
Ltd., 11,182; Norcanair, 138,187; Herbert E. Norris & Florence Norris, 15,507; North American 



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MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES-Continued 

Lumber Ltd., 1 7,598 ; Northern Canada Sales Ltd., 25,748 ; The Northern Engineering & Supply Co. Ltd., 
36,216; Northern Helicopters Ltd., 100,464; Northern Marine of Kenora Ltd., 12,913; Northern 
Wood Preservers, 73,522; Northway Survey Corporation Ltd., 256,308; Northwestern Flying Services 
Ltd., 47,628 ; Norwest Crane Service, 24,424; Notte's Speciality Food Market, 54,391 ; Nyberg Plumbing 
& Heating, 41,590; Nym Lake Timber Co., 31,998; Oakland Mercury Sales Ltd., 18,213; Oak Lane 
Automotive, 10,440; O'Connor Tanks Ltd., 12,890; Charles P. O'Dale Ltd., 1 1,385; Odorizzi Lumber 
Co. Ltd., 11,457; Office Assistance, 16,836; Office Overload, 141,400; Office Specialty Ltd., 72,198 
Okanagan Helicopters Ltd., 270,044; Okerlund Enterprises Ltd., 23,806; Olivetti Canada Ltd., 67,396 
On-air Ltd., 56,396; Ontario Central Airlines Ltd., 70,821 ; The Ontario Construction Co. Ltd., 25,562 
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 17,012; Ontario Mining Association, 1 1,500; The Ontario- 
Minnesota Pulp & Paper Co. Ltd., 61,768; Ontario Northern Airways Ltd., 64,087; Ontario Safety 
League, 10,167; Orillia Air Services Ltd., 28,643; Albert Otway & Kathleen Otway, 35,321; Simon 
Ouelette Contracting Co. Ltd., 112,031; Outboard Marine Corporation of Canada Ltd., 35,780; 
Outdoor Outfits Ltd., 27,387; Carlo Pacitty & Filomena Pacitty, 22,000; Pagnulti Sand & Gravel Ltd., 
114,594; Wilfrid Paiement, 507,589; Peter H. Palo Trucking, 11,217; Fred Palson, 46,959; Paragon 
Industrial Photographic Reproductions Ltd., 30,125; George Pariseau, 18,518; Godfrey Parkman & 
Alfretta Parkman, 29,740; Robert Parr, 16,165; Parry Sound Marine Ltd., 14,014; Paterson Planning 
& Research Ltd., 14,067; C. D. Payette & Sons, 13,635; Victor J. Payne, 48,555; L.J. Pecarski, 19,977; 
Mary Penney, 12,500; Peterborough Lumber Co. Ltd., 12,740; Peterborough Post Card Co. Ltd., 
10,168; C. W. Peterson, 10,430; Petrofina Canada Ltd., 18,214; Wm. Petzold, 10,800; Pfizer Co. Ltd., 
47,549; Les Phillips, 15,494; Phillips, Wilson & Milton Ltd., 14,143; Pianosi's Foods Ltd., 11,604; 
Al Pierce Motors Ltd., 12,668; Alex J. Pierson & Rita C. Pierson, 10,500; Pigott Project Management, 
3,359,349; Edwin Pilgrim, 29,440; Pitney Bowes, 15,686; Plane's Concrete Ltd., 1 1,097; Plant National 
Ltd., 33,845; Henry Poirier Ltd., 10,360; Wm. Pollock & Son Ltd., 19,872; John Polowick & Wilma 
Polowick, 16,049; K. Porter, 175,000; William J. Porter, 25,000; Gaston H. Poulin Contractor Ltd., 
14,008; Poulin Lumber Co. Ltd., 13,506; J. Bernard Pressnault Enterprises, 1 1,037; Price Waterhouse 
& Co., 14,000; Proctor & Redfern Group, 33,061; Project Planning Associates Ltd., 197,412; Prouse 
Transport, 16,787; Public & Industrial Relations Ltd., 24,966; Public Utilities-Sundry, 190,465; Pye 
Electronics Ltd., 122,786; Quality Technology Ltd., 27,981 ; Province of Quebec, Department of Lands 
and Forests, 39,028; Quebec Sturgeon River Mines Ltd., 17,284; Queensway Tire Service Ltd., 12,954; 
Questor Surveys Ltd., 74,311; Rab Engineering Ltd., 54,312; George Radford Construction, 35,537; 
Earl Radtke, 32,588; Mike Rainone Trucking, 15,257; Rainy Lake Airways Ltd., 28,802; Ram Partitions 
Ltd., 1 1,036; Ron Ramsay Construction, 22,242; Rapid Blue Print Ltd., 1 1,534; Eric Rasinaho, 10,062; 
Red Lake Food Market, 52,031; Receiver General for Canada, Department of Energy, Mines and 
Resources, 64,122; Department of Environment, 45,443; Fish and Wildlife Division, 13,917; Depart- 
ment of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 55,693; Postage, 195,998; Red & White Foodland, 
31,032; Red-E-Mix Concrete Co., 13,187; Reed Shaw Stenhouse Ltd., 40,834; Rickaby Mines Ltd., 
20,265; Riverlake Timber Ltd., 28,122; John Rivett, 16,825; Robby's Plumbing & Heating Supplies, 
29,446; Dennis Robinson, 42,849; E. S. & A. Robinson (Canada) Ltd., 25,973; Boyd and Meisner Rody, 
111,509; Elmer A. Roth, 29,620; Gilles Rousseau Lumber Ltd., 12,362; Irene Rowling, 11,000; Royal 
York Hotel, 12,808; Roy's Lumber & Mining Timber, 29,021 ; Rudolph-McChesney Lumber Co. Ltd., 
1 1,821 ; Marion H. Rule, 12,000; Tony Rully & Isabella Rully, 15,428; Elizabeth A. Rutherford, 24,850; 
Rutherford Photo Ltd., 40,411 ; Rydall Bros, and Cove Ltd., 12,823; J. H. Ryder Machinery, 24,992; 
Sabourin Lake Airways Ltd., 27,415; Safety Supply Co., 61,042; St. Lawrence Corp. Ltd., 129,635; 
Antonio St. Pierre, 17,748; Corporation of the Twp. of Sandwich West, 39,360; Sanfax Industries 
Ltd., 14,413; Township of Saugeen, 59 334; Savant Forest Products, 17,258; Edwin Scharlag, 15,000; 
Andrew Scheiring, 41,000; David Schmalz, 37,600; J. M. Schneider Ltd., 10,837; Schnider& Kennedy 
Bulldozing & Excavation Ltd., 16,271 ; Frank Schragner, 24,000; Burton Schroeder& Paul Schroeder, 
19,000; Hans Sauerwein & Inge Sauerwein, 10,000; Schuller Fotography, 15,545; Melvin R. L. Sealy, 
62,000; Selco Mining Corporation Ltd., 15,770; Severn Enterprises Ltd., 17,968; Earl Shaw, 
Jeanne Adams & Lois Ann Shaw, 1 16,000; Herb Shaw & Sons Ltd., 17,289; Shell Canada Ltd., 365,209; 
Harold Sheppard and Mildred Sheppard, 1 2,500 ; Sheridan Nurseries Ltd., 23,91 8 ; The Sherwin Williams 
Co. of Canada Ltd., 19,567; Shirley Helicopters Ltd., 38,960; Arnold Schniffer, 500,000; T. Shouldice, 
M. Shouldice, G. Smith & R. Smith, 29,600; Simcoe District Co-operative Services, 11,652; M. N. 
Simpson, 21,100; Simpson's Sears Ltd., 16,728; Sioux Lumber & Supply Co. Ltd., 12,584; George 
Skidmore, 17,949; Skyrotors Ltd., 76,335; Slate Falls Airways Ltd., 69,029; Steve Slezak & Jolanka 
Slezak, 45,000; Smith & Chappie Ltd., 12,813; Faye L. Smith, 186,000; Harvey Smith, 10,331 ; A. G. 
Smith's Sales & Service Ltd., 15,620; Snelgrove Nu-Drive Ltd., 10,598; Keith Snyder Construction, 
166,938; Soo Mill & Lumber Co. Ltd., 52,023; Gordon Souci, 11,000; Soo Van & Storage, 12,133; 
Spadoni Bros. Ltd., 26,824; Spalding Printing Co. Ltd., 12,199; Lloyd Spence, 18,100; Spencer- 
Lemaire Industries Ltd., 16,650; Spilsbury & Tindall Sales Ltd., 46,343; Richard F. Spitzer & Mary 



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MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES— Continued 

L. Spitzer, 50,000; Spramotor Ltd., 35,114; Spruce Falls Power & Paper Co. Ltd., 78,370; Sid Stamp 
Fuels Ltd., 21,943; Standard Auto Glass Ltd., 12,998; Stanford & Kennedy Wholesale Ltd., 11,043; 
Tadeusz Stepniewski, 22,000; Kenneth A. Still & Erma B. Still, 91,350; Alexander W. Still, 111,100; 
House of Stone, 45,246; E. J. Strachan Ltd., 10,917; Stylerite Department Stores Ltd., 13,649; Sun 
Oil Co. Ltd., 27,399; Sunshine Uniform Supply Co. Ltd., 13,152; Suntract Rentals Ltd., 11,250; 
Superior Airways Ltd., 34,277; Superior Lumber Co. Ltd., 12,171; Superior Propane Ltd., 99,456; 
H. Sutcliffe Ltd., 28,953; Norman Sutcliffe & Carol A. Sutcliffe, 11,025; Swanair Ltd., 55,976; Swift 
Canadian Co. Ltd., 14,349; Switzer Planning Mills Ltd., 11,639; Bela S. Szabo, 20,700; T. & G. 
Electric, 15,516; T. & G. Plumbing & Industrial Enterprises Ltd., 16,198; T. J. Welding Co., 43,728; 
Norman N. Tackaberry & Franklin R. Tackaberry, 26,000; Bert Taylor Construction Ltd., 52,957; 
Ted's Electric, 13,363; Ted's Hardware & Building Supplies Ltd., 10,601; Telephone— Sundry, 
288,172; Tempo Audio Industries Ltd., 10,998; Charles Tennant & Co. Ltd., 11,594; Texaco Canada 
Ltd., 91,918; Jakob Thelen & Hildegard Thelen, 78,024; Thessalon IGA, 11,962; Thompson Crushed 
Stone & Gravel Ltd., 46,348 ; H. J. Thompson & Sons Ltd., 1 7,945 ; J. A. & D. A. Thomson Construction 
Ltd., 17,866; Town of Thornbury, 57,000; The Corporation of the City of Thunder Bay, 13,365; 
Thunder Bay Welding & Supplies Ltd., 104,173; Tiger Brand Knitting Co. Ltd., 16,420; Timberline 
Helicopters Ltd., 23,914; Otto Timm Enterprises Ltd., 12,467; B. Tompsett, 16,432; Charles Tooley, 
16,248; Corporation of the Township of Tosorontio, 22,290; Traders Metal Co. Ltd., 12,675; Ministry 
of Transportation and Communications, 3,513,502; Triangle Plumbing & Heating Supply Ltd., 20,753; 
Tri-Lake Lumber Co. Ltd., 17,418; Trio Motors Ltd., 36,733; Union Carbide Canada Ltd., 26,322; 
Union Miniere Explorations & Mining Corporation Ltd., 80,750; Uniroyal Centres, 51,146; Uniroyal 
Ltd., 34,725; United Aircraft of Canada Ltd., 191,537; United Asbestos Inc., 400,000; United Co- 
operatives of Ontario, 32,804; United Van Lines (Canada) Ltd., 25,015; Unitized Manufacturing Ltd., 
39,891; Universal Helicopters Ltd., 67,718; University of Guelph, 94,094; University of Toronto, 
41,982; University of Toronto Press, Bookstores & Library, 11,546; University of Waterloo, 130,028; 
Ustel Motor Sales (1969) Ltd., 55,299; Vacusan Systems Ltd., 13,482; Vaillancourt Construction Ltd., 
14,461 ; Terry R. Valdo, 14,032; Van Dusen Aircraft Supplies, 13,129; William V. Van Duyne, 33,265; 
Vance Motors Ltd., 1 5,720; Vanden Bussche Irrigation & Equipment Ltd., 1 2,460; Theodore J. Vanderydt 
& Mary Vanderydt, 55,420; Vercan Ltd., 10,420; Vermeer of Canada Ltd., 13,172; Versa Manage- 
ment Services Ltd., 16,000; Victor Comptometer Ltd., 14,798; Viking Helicopters Ltd., 486,683; Vinarn 
Ltd., 27,746; E. Shirley Voce, 32,700; Vulcan Machinery & Equipment Ltd. ,16,950; Norman Wade Co. 
Ltd., 31,572; Wajax Manufacturing Ltd., 212,655; Municipality of Walden, 26,507; Leonard C. Walker 
& Marie C. Walker, 21,500; Harry Walley & Edna Walley, 10,500; Wanson Lumber Co. Ltd., 14,021 ; 
W. L. Wardrop & Associates Ltd., 61,785; Warren Packaging Ltd., 25,178; Village of Wasaga Beach, 
25,674; Watts, Griffis & Mcouat Ltd., 10,159; C. N. Weber Ltd., 13,572; Gordon J. Weese & Hazeldean 
M. Weese, 26,000; Welbeck Sawmill Ltd., 30,017; Westburne Division, 63,708; The Westbury,.l 1,280; 
Westeel-Rosco Ltd., 102,606; Western Grocers Ltd., 24,110; Weyerhaeuser Ltd., 15,730; O. S. Weyler, 
16,008; Whetung Ojibwa Crafts, 18,696, J. K. White, 14,895; Matthew G. White & Martha I. White, 
12,400; Murray G. White & Joyce M. White, 38,000; White River Air Services Ltd., 51,381 ; Geo. T. 
Whitfield Co. Ltd., 12,21 1 ; Edith H. Whyte, 15,513; Wiggins Motors Ltd., 28,143; Wild of Canada Ltd., 
42,825; Wild Leitz Canada Ltd., 34,948; Wilderness Air, 45,076; Pamela B. Wiley, 75,100; Wilf s Sand 
and Gravel, 33,274; E. John Williams & Marjorie Williams, 13,150; Wills Landscaping Contractors, 
10,639; Wilmot-Sidall Ltd., 10,657; Wilsand Holdings Ltd., 47,016; Wilson-Dryden Office Equipment, 
14,285; O. Keith Wilson, 11,198; Wiltsie Truck Bodies, 27,029; David J. Winter & Richard D. Jeffrey, 
63,000; Wondersteel Buildings (Central) Ltd., 11,419; Bob Wood Motor Sales, 21,796; G. H. 
Woods & Co. Ltd., 48,974; Woods Bag and Canvas Co. Ltd., 154,759; Bill Woods Beechcraft Inc., 
21,874; Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario, 409,543; Wyant & Company Ltd., 13,755; 
David A Wyonch, 40,000; Beatrice M. Jones Wyse, 20,000; Xerox of Canada Ltd., 461,526; Gordon 
Yardley, 33,172; William R. Yeaman, 20,900; York Property Appraisers Ltd., 17,582; Chip Young 
Communications, 18,238; The YMCA of Metropolitan Toronto, 53,180; Carl Zeiss Canada Ltd., 
25,433; Ziegler Lumber Ltd., 31,724; Zimmer Travel & Air Service Ltd., 11,476; Bronius Zutautas & 
Kristina Zutautas, 38,700;— Accounts under $10,000, 16,467,357. 
Less: Recoveries from other Ministries, 1,990,270. 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($32,267,553): 

Grants to Municipalities and Conservation Authorities: 
Municipalities ($369,518): 

Cities— Barrie, 55,475; Brampton, 14,557; Peterborough, 13,523; Counties— Lanark, 11,073; 
Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry, 10,309; Towns— Collingwood, 20,383; Coburg, 20,676; 
Leamington, 13,580; Perth, 27,757; Smith Falls, 47,556; Thessalon, 13,169; Townships- 
Ops, 16,385; Pittsburg, 14,242; Sarnia, 24,355 ;-Grants under $10,000, 66,478. 



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MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES-Continued 

Conservation Authorities ($30,309,228): 

Ausable-Bayfield, 358,396; Cataraqui Region, 318,734; Catfish Creek, 52,869; Central Lake Ontario, 
962,544; Credit Valley, 1,146,131; Crowe Valley, 143,830; Essex Region, 230,213; Ganaraska 
Region, 1 10,31 1 ; Grand River, 6,939,1 16; Halton Region, 1,525,185; Hamilton Region 1,365,107; 
Kettle Creek, 153,139; Lakehead Region, 341,819; Long Point Region, 257,052; Lower Thames 
Valley, 469,177; Lower Trent Region, 157,325; Maitland Valley, 195,174; Mattagami Region, 
285,580; Metro Toronto & Region, 7,277,666; Mississippi Valley, 379,990; Moira River, 581,692; 
Napanee Region, 505,092; Niagara Peninsula, 583,102; Nickel District, 345,897; North Bay- 
Mattawa Region, 127,246; North Grey Region, 777,101 ; Nottawasaga Valley, 345,495; Otonabee 
Region, 282,289; Prince Edward Region, 163,421 ; Raisin Region, 127,562; Rideau Valley, 231,677; 
St. Clair Region, 443,517; Sauble Valley, 82,655; Saugeen Valley, 404,361; Sault Ste. Marie 
Region, 1,212,592; South Lake Simcoe, 535,694; South Nation River, 97,870; Upper Thames 
River, 792,607. 

Other ($1,588,807): 

Annuities and Bonuses to Indians: Receiver General of Canada (Department of Indian Affairs and 
Northern Development), 46,616; Canadian Council of Resource and Environment Ministers, 
34,500; Central Waterfront Planning Committee, 32.000; Freight Equalization Assistance to 
Commercial Fishermen, 71,074; Ontario Forestry Association, 20,000; St. Clair Parkway Com- 
mission, 966,592; Snowmobile Trails Maintenance Program, 322,718; Tenth Commonwealth 
Mining and Metallurgical Congress, 10,000; Compensation for Wolf Damage to Livestock. 
72,107;-Sundry Grants under $10,000, 13,200. 
Total Other Payments 101,743,902 

Statutory 
Minister's Salary ($18,000) 

Hon. Leo Bernier 1 8,000 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary ($4,973) 
L. Maeck 4,973 

Mine Rescue Stations ($179,600) 

Salaries: 

Sundry Employees 1 37,873 

Employee Benefits ($14,385): 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario— Canada Pension Plan, 1,126; Group Life Insurance Plan, 1,332; 
Long Term Income Protection Plan, 1,204; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 570; Public Service Super- 
annuation Plan, 7,181; Unemployment Insurance, 1,262. 

Other Benefits— Attendance Bonus Credits, 1,710. 

Travelling Expenses ($18,415): 

R. Eveson, 2,795; G. C. McPhail, 5,393;- Accounts under $2,500, 10,227. 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($1 13,383): 

Safety Supply Co., 49,208;- Accounts under $10,000, 64,175. 

Less: Recovery of Expenditures ($104,456): 

Sale of Handbooks, 1,943; Rentals, 4,801; Payment by Workmen's Compensation Board for Mining 
Industry, 97,712. 



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MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES-Continued 
Summary of Expenditures 

Voted — 

Salaries and Wages 82,801 ,326 

Employee Benefits 7,281 ,61 5 

Travelling Expenses 3,401 ,067 

Other Payments 101,743,902 

195,227,910 

Statutory 202,573 

195,430,483 
Less: Interministry Transfers 4,954,814 

Total Expenditure, Ministry of Natural Resources 190,475,669 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1974-75 



MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 

Hon. John R. Rhodes, Minister 

DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($142,1 17,504) 

H. J. Gilbert Deputy Minister 25.705 

A. T. C. McNab Deputy Minister 29,599 

H. W. Adcock Assistant Deputy Minister (Engineering and Operations) . . . 44,792 

W. Bidell Assistant Deputy Minister (Planning, Research and 

Development) 41 ,574 

L. R. Eadie Assistant Deputy Minister (Administration) 41 ,574 

H. J. Gilbert Assistant Deputy Minister (Administration) 16,980 

R. H. Humphries Assistant Deputy Minister (Drivers and Vehicles) 38.233 

G. Abrahamsohn, 21,478; V. C. Abrey, 27,863; H. J. Aiken, 32,199; F. G. Allen. 32.901 ; I. Ardizone. 22,955 
A. E. Argue. 33,887; D. J. Armatage, 22.955; H. A. Aron, 23.586; V. R. Astrop. 21.439; L. E. Authier 
20,200; R. A. Ballantine, 21,075; D. A. Barr, 27,117; E. M. Barrie, 25.300; A. Barsvary, 21.235 
K. G. Bassi. 22.955; G. W. Batcules. 12.878; W. R. Bennett, 25.668; M. J. Bernhardt. 25.300; H. H. Belts 
23.586; L. J. Beverly. 20,019; W. Bielski. 31,976; P. D. Billings. 28,659; W. D. Birch. 22,955; J. H. Blaine 
22,518; L. M. Blanchette, 24,285; J. H. Blevins. 28,659; D. Boyd, 23,586; F. Brence. 21,397; E. Brezina 
24,285; R. Britton, 22,955; D. R. Brohm. 22,195; F. C. Brown, 27.181 ; J. G. Brown. 26.363; L. M. Brown 
22.297; P. D. Brown. 20,426; G. R. Browning, 27.181; R. P. Bulger. 24,863; G. C. Burkhardt. 22.955 
R. G. Burnfield. 25,668'; J. E. Callaghan. 31,336; C. G. Campbell. 20.054; I. C. Campbell. 36.594; G 
Campitelli. 28,659; S. A. Cant, 22.626; R. F. Carney. 25.668; R. J. Cartwright, 25.325; E. R. Case. 23.597 
F. Cederberg. 21.715; J. G. Celmins. 22.955; I. R. Chadwick. 20,007; R. S. Chapman, 25.668; J. M. Childs 
27,181; B. Chojnacki, 22,720; H. Chyc, 22,955; R. E. Clarke, 22,955; D. P. Collins, 27,181; M. J. Cook 
20,236; J. T. Corkill, 22.955; A. Cormier. 21,370; D. S. Cornell, 25,668; I J. Cowan, 30,721 ; J. M. Crannie 
22,721 ; R. F. Crowther, 25,179; J. A. Cruikshank. 20,837; P. F. Csagoly, 25.524; J. P. Cullen, 22,955; A. P 
CunliflFe, 24,285; J. B. Curtis, 21,646; P. M. Dalton, 22,774; B. T. Darch, 20,708; J. P. Davey. 27,1 17; J. M 
Davidson, 22,955; B. R. Davis, 28,659; P. Y. Davoud, 28,659; R. E. Dawson, 22,955; M. S. Devata, 22,955 
F. Devisser, 27,181; R. A. Dorton, 22,890; J. B. Douglas, 21,075; R. Draycott, 20,508; D. M. Duncan 
38,233; J. Duncan, 22,270; D. W. Dunlop, 21,719; W. E. Edser, 20,508; S. P. Edwards, 20,529; M. R 
Ernesaks, 27,181; D. W. Farren. 34,278; L. O. Fiander, 22,955; F. Field, 22,955; R. E. Flechner. 24.285 
J. M. Ford, 22,955; T. S. Foreman, 21,075; H. E. Forsyth, 20,777; V. C. Fox, 21,719; L. N. Francis 
21,545; R. W. Franks. 25.668; G. E. French. 25.668; W. C. Friedmann. 25.668; P. T. Froggatt. 20.333 
F. W. Fromm. 23.586; H. J. Fromm. 24,285; W. A. Furlonger. 11.533; D. P. Garner. 22.548; A. M 
Gartshore. 32.642; R. G. Gascoyne. 27.555; P. J. Geary. 21.719; A. Gibson. 20.241 ; B. J. Giroux. 23.586 
F. J. Girvan. 20,178; B. K. Glassford. 21,075; J. D. Gleason. 25.668; A. E.Goodwin. 30.752; J. T. Gourlay 
20,365; R. G. Gower. 26.145; D. R. Grasse. 21.719; J. G. Gray. 20.868; W. D.Gray. 13,316; C. S. Grebski 
25,668; H. Greenland. 28.659; H. H. Greenly. 22.955; J. E. Gruspier. 22.955; J. A. Ham. 23.272; V. R 
Handforth. 24.103; R. L. Hanton. 22,195; M. D. Harmelink. 28.114; J. D. Harris. 22.955; P. J. Harvey 
30.408; N. J. Haslett. 22.143; M. Hattin. 23.586; J. E. Haworth. 22.116; J. E. Heffernan. 22.315; F. I 
Hewson. 22.955; T. A. Hickey. 22,086; D. G. Hobbs. 26.327; D. M. Hopper. 25.668; G. K. Hunter. 27.181 
A. E. Irving. 21,646; D. A. Jarvis. 22.955; R. I. Jenkins. 20,874; H. E. Jephson. 22.955; G. H. Johnston 
36.780; G. J. Jones. 20,016; F. W. Jung. 22.297; B. Karnig. 21.235; S. F. Kassam. 21.614; W. Katarynczuk 
22.955; J. L. Keen. 22.955; L. Kelenyi. 22.955; A. G. Kelly. 25.300; J. T. Kernaghan. 21.348; L. R. Kid- 
man. 26,849; R. P. Killaire. 22.955; D. J. King. 22.195; N. Kingsmill. 28,960; A. Kip. 21.851 ; H. F. Kivi. 
21,037; K. L. Kleinsteiber. 25,668; T. J. Kovich, 25.668; M. H. Larratt-Smith. 26,927; A. F. Leach. 32.222; 
W. L. Lees. 25.668; A. C. Lennox. 26.875; W. L. Lin. 22.955; M. R. Lister. 22.930; J. K. Livingston. 
25,668; A. E. Lodge. 21.719; J. F. Lucey. 21.439; V. C. Ma. 21.747; C. T. MacDonald. 20.927; D. A. Mac- 
Donald. 24.342; J. W. MacDougall. 28,659; H. R. MacKinnon. 22.955; M. J. MacMaster. 27.181; J. P. 
Marcolin. 22.195; S. J. Markiewicz. 22.955; G. C. Marrs. 28.960; F. R. Marshall. 22.955. G. Martens. 
25.668; B. S. Mathur. 20.886; H. McArthur. 22.955; E. J. McCabe. 31.218; W. B. McCarter. 30.721; 
S. McCombie. 25,668; A. McConnell. 28.630; V. A. McCullough, 20.330; R. B. McEwen. 23.959; D. E. 
McFarlane. 27.181; W. M. McFarlane. 22.955; B. J. McGaffigan. 20.236; J. A. McKillop. 22.955; A. E. 
McKim. 25,668; W. J. McKnight. 23.243; J. J. McNamee. 22,955; W. S. Melinyshyn. 27.181; G. A. 
Metcalfe. 25,668; R. J. Miller. 23.586; J. A. Milne. 26.875; C. Mirza. 22,499; A. S. Mitchell. 24.285; H. H. 
Mitchell. 26,363; C. S. Moase. 22.326; J. Moffat. 25,668; J. L. Monkman, 21,075; R. Muelli, 20,639; 
T. W. Murphy, 20,590; N. E. Neilans, 22,955; W. D. Neilipovitz, 28,281; B. H. Newington, 25.668; F. 



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Norman. 25,668; R. P. Northwood, 21,439; R. W. Oddson. 25,179; J. A. O'Flynn. 25,668; I. V. Oliver, 
25.405; H. Orlando, 25,668; E. J. Orr, 34,278; D. A. Osborne-White, 25,668; V. Page, 22,231; A. Palm 
Leis, 24,260; W. D. Paton, 22,955; P. D. Patterson, 28,659; P. A. Peacock. 22,955; J. H. Peer, 25,489; 

A. J. Percy. 25.179; L. M. Peverett. 25.668; W. A. Phang, 25,524; W. D. Phillips, 21,71 1 ; E. R. Pickering, 
20,874; R. S. Pillar, 26,904; A. Piller, 20,967; N. Polychronopoulos, 20,756; H. G. Potts, 22,955; C. E. 
Pritchard. 21,439; S. C. Radbone, 21.348; A. Radkowski, 22,955; W. A. Rathbun, 35,548; W. D. Ratz, 
24,285; J. W. Reid, 22,955; F. Rendulic, 22,955; R. M. Renfrew, 21,646; W. B. Reynolds. 23,586; B. S. 
Richardson, 25,642; W. M. Robbins, 37,378; C. R. Robertson, 28,659; J. K. Robinson, 20,190; M. W. 
Robinson, 23,586; W. H. Roters, 22,955; J. R. Roy, 22,955; A. Rutka, 28,659; J. Ryell, 24,285; E. R. Saint. 
22,955; J. D. Sanderson, 22,414; K. A. Sands, 26,484; J. G. Saunders, 22,955; W. G. Sawyer, 22,720; 

B. A. Schoales, 21,075; R. Schonfeld. 23,726; L. Schwabl, 25,668; J. K. See. 21.075; K. G. Selby, 22.955; 
R. A. Shannon. 22.955; T. A. Sharpe. 25.668; K. Y. Shen, 32,633; E. J. Shoniker, 38,233; L. P. Shorr, 
21,075; R. J. Sim, 22,955; C. E. Simmons, 20,590; G. M. Sinclair, 27,181 ; G. Sloan, 22,955; R. W. Slocum, 
22,661; J. G. Slubicki, 25.668; H. F. Smith, 22,955; P. Smith, 34,278; T. G. Smith, 30,958; J. Smrcka. 
21.545; F. B. Snelgrove, 20,691; V. A. Snell, 27,181; B. Sotnyk, 21,669; A. G. Stermac, 25,668; M. S. 
Stevens, 22,955; W. A. Stewart, 22,955; G. W. Stoddart, 22,231 ; M. Stoyanoff. 22,955; R. G. Summerley. 
26,164; A. C. Suter. 25,668; D. E. Thrasher, 25,668; J. G. Tillcock, 27,181 ; J. Trebelco. 10.334; N. Varmazis. 
29,529; D. H. Veigel. 21,075; W. H. Venn, 22,955; P. T. Vincent, 22,414; L. Wainwright. 23,586; E. M. 
Walker, 22,231 ; L. E. Walker, 27,181 ; D. A. Waller. 24,342; D. F. Walton. 23,586; A. A. Ward, 33,142; 
T. J. Ward. 20,049; J. R. Wear. 22.955; D. C. Weeks. 21,719; I. B. Weinberg, 22,955; K. Westerby. 22,955; 
G. F. Wetherall, 22,378; S. G. Wheeler. 23.586; J. E. Wice. 22,955; W. G. Wigle, 34,278; J. B. Wilkes, 
38,233; L. H. Williams, 20,508; C. R. Wilmot, 34,278; G. P. Wilson, 22,955; A. A. Witecki. 21,545; A. 
Wittenberg, 23,976; S. D. Wong, 21.348; F. E. Wood, 30,721; B. Wright, 21,075; G. A. Wrong, 25,668; 
R. I. Young. 22,955; C. C. Yuill, 22,955; E. J. Zavitski. 22,955; W. Zonnenberg, 25,668;-Other salaries 
and wages under $20,000, 134,079,867. 

Employee Benefits ($15,511,027) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan. 1,522.252; Group Insurance, 696,048; Long 
Term Income Protection, 633,802; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 2,499,172; Public Service Superannua- 
tion Fund, 6,200,029; Unemployment Insurance, 1,631,637. 

Other Benefits— Attendance Bonus Credits, 769,862; Attendance Gratuities, 870,906. 

Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario, 687,319. 

Travelling Expenses ($9,512,554) 

Hon. J. R. Rhodes, 11,281; 

Abbott. W. J., 5,945; R. J. Abbotts, 3.084; G. A. Abrahamsohn, 11,313; W. R. Acton, 3,715; W. Adams, 
3,345; F. M. Adams, 3,546; M. F. Adams, 2,814; D. C. Agnew, 2,729; W. R. Agnew, 3,052; E. J. Aide. 
3.719; R. W. Aiello. 2,966; H. J. Aiken, 2,864; C. I. Alexander, 6,278; K. K. Alexander, 2,805; L. H. 
Alexander, 4,432; W. H. Atguire, 3,793; F. G. Allen, 4,332; R. B. Allison, 3,265; J. R. Amond. 2,570; 

D. R. Anderson, 5,407; T. G. Andresen, 2,922; J. A. Annand, 2,785; W. R. Arbuckle, 4,669; J. J. Archer. 
2,548; D. J. Armatage, 4,965; E. J. Armstrong, 5,143; R. D. Armstrong, 3,915; F. B. Arnett, 2,934; B. L. 
Arnott, 3.326; V. J. Asbury, 2,998; D. Aspinwall, 3,543; B. H. Asselstine, 2,688; T. L. Atchison, 3,491; 
R. E. Audet, 3,240; L. E. Authier, 3,359; R. H. Avery, 3,176; 

Baiks, B.. 3,338; W. P. Baillie, 4,848; T. W. Baines, 4,549; C. M. Baker, 6,501; G. P. Baldock, 3,640; J. C 
Bales, 2,861 ; E. C. Ballinger, 2,697; C. A. Barber, 4,747; J. H. Barber, 2,848; R. G. Barker, 2,514; R. A 
Barkosky, 3,166; D. F. Barnes, 4,965; T. F. Barnett, 4,185; D. E. Barr, 4,009; E. M. Barrie, 4,178; D. E 
Barry, 4,719; D. H. Bartlelt, 3,124; J. W. Bartlett, 2,865; F. D. Bates, 2,693; J. D. Batsacutsas, 5,001 
G. A. Baun, 3,684; H. S. Bawcutt, 2,906; R. L. Bayne, 4,713; P. E. Beaucage, 3,473; M. H. Becker, 3,362 

E. M. Beemer, 4,098; R. H. Beemer, 5,148; S. R. Beemer, 3,263; A. S. Beirness, 3,083; R. V. Belansky 
2,622; W. E. Belbin, 3,060; G. R. Belisle, 5,037; C. E. Bell, 3,778; J. Bennett, 3,882; F. P. Bennitz, 3,289 
W. J. Benton, 2,597; M. A. Bergeron, 2,71 1 ; W. J. Berklund, 2,680; M. J. Bernhardt, 2,733; G. L. Berry 
4,081 ; V. A. Bertolo, 2,581 ; J. M. Bertrand, 3,951 ; W. W. Bester, 2,705; Z. P. Biernaski, 2,862; J. R. Billing 
4,497; P. D. Billings, 2,701; P. Birtley, 2,552; N. A. Bissonnette, 2,823; J. B. Bittle, 2,705; P. J. Black 
3,658; R. N. Black, 3,851 ; J. R. Blaikie, 3,189; F. A. Blais, 4,098; F. R. Blake, 2,774; R. C. Blower, 3,130 
S. Bona, 2,559; C. B. Bonany, 5,627; T. J. Bonaparte, 5,338; M. J. Bonnah, 3,580; N. R. Bonot, 4,060 
E. G. Bonser, 3,059; S. M. Boomhour, 2,703; T. J. Booth, 2,632; P. J. Bourdages, 3,929; R. P. Bower 
2,963; L. R. Bowering, 2,773; S. B. Bowers, 2,636; W. J. Bowes, 2,734; F. L. Boyce, 2,738; L. A. Bozak 






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3,628; R. W. Brachman, 3,272; E. H. Bradley, 2,958; R. K. Braithwaite, 5,683; N. D. Briggs, 3,549 
N. Briscoe, 3,336; R. Britton, 2,911; A. W. Brcmwich, 2,606; D. R. Brooks, 2,642; C. A. Brown, 6,726 
F. C. Brown, 4,128; G. F. Brown, 2,748; G. J. Brown, 2,942; R. J. Brown, 3,940; R. T. Bryant, 4,648 
R. Bryce, 3,700; G. A. Buck, 3,165; D. A. Budgeon, 7,266; C. H. Buffam, 3,623; W. E. Buffam, 2,542 
R. P. Bulger, 4,537; J. M. Bullen, 3,739; G. C. Burkhardt, 2,722; L. A. Burley, 2,886; A. D. Burns. 2,553 
D. W. Burtnick, 6,684; D. R. Buttle, 4,334; R. M. Butzer, 2,866; J. R. Bye, 5,867; 

Caldwell, D. J., 2,573; M. G. Caldwell, 2,881 ; D. A. Cameron, 2,575; D. R. Cameron, 3,187; F. C. Cameron, 
2,872; K. A. Cameron, 3,210; M. A. Camire, 2,719; S. Campbell, 3,046; A. R. Campbell, 3,052; W. H. 
Campbell, 3,574; L. Campeau, 2,962; A. R. Cangiano, 5,912; B. R. Cann, 2,869; H. T. Cann, 5,403; 
T. J. Cantlon, 2,644; D. F. Card, 3,148; N. J. Card, 5,154; C. W. Carl, 2,765; B. W. Carlyle, 2,912; J. A. 
Carmody, 4,183; R. F. Carney, 4,365; A. A. Carriere, 2,965; B. E. Carrigan, 2,890; R. W. Carson, 3,803; 
V. N. Cascone, 2,819; E. R. Case, 2,804; R. K. Casselman, 2,773; J. F. Castator, 2,872; G. Cautillo, 4,466; 
L. P. Cecile, 3,015; E. W. Chalkley, 3,755; P. Chapell, 3,026; R. S. Chapman, 2,609; V. H. Chapman, 
3,875; P. M. Charbonneau, 5,780; J. R. Charron, 3,504; L. Chartrand, 7,629; R. Cheeseman, 2,676; 
J. M. Childs, 3,187; J. W. Chisholm, 3,971; J. E. Chretien, 3,612; B. D. Christie, 2,579; D. J. Christie, 
3,011; D. N. Ciupa, 4,403; P. F. Clarke, 3,469; J. W. Cleary, 4,527; A. Clements, 4,347; W. H. Coghill, 
2,660; D. M. Cole, 3,457; C. J. Collins, 3,517; D. P. Collins, 7,815; R. J. Collins, 3,675; D. B. Collom, 
2,815; D. J. Comeau, 3,546; R. S. Conboy, 2,793; W. J. Connell, 3,454; J. B. Connor, 2,503; N. F. Connor, 
2,914; T. R. Conroy, 3,895; E. G. Cook, 3,667; G. G. Cook, 3,273; G. H. Cook, 7,354; L. B. Cook, 2,512; 
D. Coombes, 2,876; L. G. Cooper, 3,700; L. O. Cooper, 2,991; R. J. Cooper, 2,642; G. R. Corbett, 
2,661; R. D. Corry, 2,777; L. D. Cotgrave, 2,689; E. S. Cotton, 3,090, R. J. Courneya, 3,779; R. N. 
Coutts, 3,167; J. B. Covey, 3,543; J. A. Cox, 4,441 ; J. A. Coyle, 3,579; M. W. Craig, 2,655; C. A. Cripps, 
4,243; J. D. Crosbie, 4,943; P. F. Csagoly, 4,767; R. G. Cull, 2,875; G. N. Cunningham, 2,681; G. N. 
Curl, 4,426; R. G. Currie, 3,083; A. G. Curtis, 3,134; 

Dane, R. E., 2,934; A. M. Dangelo, 3,900; B. T. Darch, 3,877; J. S. Darnforth, 3,228; J. E. Dart, 2,762; K. 
R. Davidson, 2,804; R. E. Davidson, 4,661; L. O. Dawley, 7,997; M. B. Deacon, 2,809; G. A. Delmo, 
2,801 ; A. Delrosario, 2,587; F. L. Delyea, 2,839; N. E. Denis, 6,667; R. D. Denison, 5,359; S. D. Deseck. 
2,938; J. C. Desforges, 4,056; J. L. Desrocher, 3,342; J. J. Desrochers, 3,499; J. J. Desrochers, 4,805; 
J. W. Devlin, 3,114; B. W. Dickey, 4,773; W. J. Dickinson, 2,597; R. D. Dillabough, 3,290; W. M. Dilla- 
bough, 2,544; D. J. Dillon, 2,645; A. G. DimitriefT, 4,781 ; A. E. Dixon, 3,620; G. E. Dixon, 2,939; K. N. 
Dixon, 3,339; R. G. Dodds, 2,821 ; W. Doherty, 3,321 ; R. D. Domoney, 4,002; D. D. Donovan, 4,504; J. A. 

IDorie, 2,772; M. J. Dorsay, 2,693; J. P. Dougherty, 2,759; S. W. Douglas, 3,603; W. S. Douglas, 3,019; 
T. J. Douglass, 3,758; G. E. Dow, 4,417; E. C. Drader, 2,883; D. J. Draper, 6,407; N. K. Drew, 5,679; 
D. C. Drinkwalter, 3,594; E. G. Druery, 3,403; N. J. Drumm, 2,540; F. W. Drysdale, 3,774; R. Ducharme, 
5,417; G. J. Dudgeon, 5,368; I. L. Duffy, 4,682; E. R. Dufresne, 3,405; P. R. Duggan, 3,008; J. A. Dumond, 
5,731 ; R. A. Dumond, 5,183; J. Duncan, 3,337; D. M. Duncan, 3,036; S. J. Dunham, 3,022; I. L. Dunkley, 
2,624; D. R. Dunn, 3,061; R. Dunning, 2,502; D. L. Dunning, 3,425; T. R. Dwyer, 3,714; M. Dykalski, 
2,740; M.J. Dziedzic, 2,526; 



•aket, G. A., 2,518; G. W. Eamon, 2,817; R. J. Eckensviller, 3,678; L. D. Ecker, 2,693; R. D. Eckersley, 3,307; 
R. M. Eddy, 2,707; B. A. Edwards, 7,563; R. H. Edwards, 3,270; H. J. Elderkin, 2,573; A. L. Ellis, 3,572; 
C. P. Ellis, 4,542; J. H. Ellis, 3,674; K. A. Ellis, 2,560; C. H. Elms, 2,827; F. T. Epps, 2,625; A. G. Erven, 
2,692; J. R. Ervine, 5,301 ; B. F. Etmanskie, 4,089; F. H. Evans, 5,878; C. Everest, 4,631 ; 



Fair, G. M., 2,973; S. D. Farnsworth, 2,677; L. J. Farrell, 3,321; G. Favron, 2,773; J. H. Fawcett, 2,947; 
J. E. Fenelon, 2,638; R. J. Ferguson, 5,170; W. S. Ferguson, 6,268; H. E. Fetterly, 3,001; J. R. Fetterly, 
3,239; R. A. Field, 2,750; J. R. Finn, 3,627; R. M. Finner, 5,057; G. B. Finnigan, 2,571; J. F. Fisher, 
4,125; H. B. Fishleigh, 3,068; J. J. Flanagan, 5,220; W. H. Flay, 4,743; J. D. Fleming, 3,111; S. Foran, 
6,541; T. A. Ford, 2,888; G. H. Foster, 3,976; D. B. Fowler, 4,626; R. H. Fowler, 2,722; W. L. Fowler, 
3,130; W. D. Fox, 3,039; R. W. Franks, 4,201 ; J. F. Fraser, 5,625; L. M. Fraser, 3,376; R. K. Fraser, 3,780; 
D. B. Freeman, 5,843; J. M. Freeman, 3,042; R. French, 3,527; G. E. French, 3,130; E. A. Frith, 2,784; 
D. R. Fromager, 4,876; R. L. Frost, 3,190; T. W. Frost, 2,832; B. Fry, 2,868; K. A. Fry, 3,142; D. R. 
Fusee, 3,073; 

Gadd, W. R., 4,427; C. H. Gaebel, 3,589; R. R. Gagne, 2,727; E. L. Gagnon, 2,735; G. D. Gale, 3,234; M. 
D. Gallagher, 2,737; R. W. Gallagher, 4,215; R. W. Gallienne, 3,908; D. I. Galloway, 2,543; R. W. Garlick, 
2,525; G. L. Garrett, 3,736; F. Gemmell, 6,018; T. M. Generoux, 3,642; A. Georgas, 3,003; W. George, 
3,253; D. G. Gibbons, 3,096; R. A. Gibson, 7,583; D. A. Giles, 4,599; G. H. Gilks, 3,759; L. A. Gillespie, 
2,837; R. J. Gillespie, 2,845; D. J. Gillis, 6,490; D. A. Glashan, 2,723; S. A. Glass, 2,638; B. K. Glassford, 
3,148; N. M. Golbourne, 3,467; E. J. Goldhawk, 3,662; A. J. Golding, 3,525; C. R. Goldthorp, 3,345; 



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D. L. Golka, 3,428; J. C. Gonzalez, 4,926; P. F. Goodfellow, 3,294; A. Goodman, 2,562; J. M. Gore, 
2,702; M. J. Gorgerat, 3,949; G. R. Gosselin, 4,267; F. G. Graham, 2,668; G. A. Graham, 3,242; T. R. 
Graham, 4,062; E. R. Grainger, 3,922; H. E. Gransden, 3,261 ; R. D. Greaves, 3,251 ; D. A. Greer, 4,146; 
H. L. Gregor, 3,014; E. R. Grennier, 4,035; G. D. Grierson, 3,342; T. A. Guay, 3,149; E. W. Gulis, 2,600; 
R. D. Gunter, 3,808; R. D. Gunter, 3,569; R. E. Guppy, 2,698; L. G. Gustafson, 4,325; 

Hacquoil, J. P., 2,844; R. T. Haine, 3,339; G. N. Hall, 2,624; L. A. Hall, 2,786; D. Ham, 8,576; W. D. Ham, 
3,340; G. Hambleton, 2,782; D. V. Hamlin, 3,256; R. E. Hammond, 2,577; T. F. Hancock, 3,290; R. V. 
Handforth, 2,925; J. E. Harman, 3,944; M. D. Harmelink, 21,146; B. Harrison, 4,046; W. C. Hartman, 
4,559; P. J. Harvey, 2,593; N. J. Haslett, 12,250; A. A. Hawkins, 2,607; S. G. Haydon, 2,768; J. W. Hazzard, 
3,184; G. W. Heatlie, 4,421 ; G. T. Hebert, 5,161 ; W. Heinsohn, 6,234; C. G. Hendrickson, 2,884; H. R. 
Herbrand, 2,535; C. I. Hernden, 2,873; G. I. Hernden, 2,501 ; G. Heti, 13,835; J. A. Hewson, 5,671 ; F. L. 
Hibbert, 3,931; D. M. Hickling, 3,069; R. D. Higgins, 3,840; S. Hill, 2,699; D. E. Hill, 3,018; E. N. Hill, 
5,332; G. A. Hill, 3,322; C. A. Hinsperger, 5,248; J. W. Hitchcock, 3,233; D. R. Hogg, 3,341 ; E. G. Hogg, 
4,890; G. A. Holman, 4,069; J. W. Honsinger, 2,642; R. E. Hood, 3,886; W. J. Hoogland, 2,572; J. W. 
Hope, 3,757; J. R. Hope Smith, 4,262; R. C. Hornich, 2,762; T. R. Hotti, 3,029; J. A. Houlahan, 3,562; 
J. D. Hourigan, 6,051 ; G. S. Howden, 4,193; K. L. Howe, 3,113; R. A. Howe, 3,884; W. G. Howe, 2,891; 
R. C. Howes, 2,773; J. W. Hoyle, 3,667; W. H. Hube, 2,816; W. S. Humphreys, 2,874; J. E. Hunter, 2,929; 
R. E. Hunter, 6,213; R. A. Hurley, 3,302; J. C. Hutchingame, Jr., 3,097; A. J. Hutchinson, 3,048; J. D. 
Hutchison, 3,476; R. T. Hutchison, 4,524; B. A. Hyde, 2,790; P. L. Hyde, 4,100; 

Ilton, N. R., 3,044; G. D. Ingram, 3,023; D. O. Ireland, 3,185; F. H. Irvine, 3,721 ; E. K. Iwasa, 6,271 ; 

Jackson, R. A., 3,321; J. R. Jagger, 3,129; D. M. James, 2,854; L. R. James, 2,932; R. R. Jelly, 2,904; H. D. 
Johnson, 3,084; J. W. Johnson, 2,945; T. C. Johnson, Jr., 2,734; G. M. Johnston, 5,304; J. D. Johnston, 
3,132; R. D. Johnston, 3,680; D. L. Jones, 2,988; D. M. Jones, 2,658; G. N. Jones, 2,529; J. P. Jourdain, 
2,759; G. M. Jowett, 4,240; P. F. Judson, 2,993; T. H. Julian, 2,742; T. M. Julian, 2,693; 

Kalapaca, M. M., 2,621 ; R. G. Kant, 3,147: W. Katarynczuk, 2,559; W. E. Keats, 2,974; C. J. Keetch, 2,968; 
M. Kelch, 3,978; R. C. Kellar, 2,535; G. K. Kemp, 2,837; S. E. Keown, 4,491 ; D. W. Kerr, 2,691 ; P. Kiar, 
3,006; F. W. Kiar, 2,765; M. E. Kilfoyle, 3,158; R. P. Killaire, 2,938; K. E. Killingbeck, 3,498; R. M. 
Kilpatrick, 4,642; A. S. King, 2,860; R. B. King, 2,929; D. W. Kinnear, 4,196; B. W. Kinnee, 6,777; J. S. 
Kinsey, 3,698; G. W. Kirkham, 2,571 ; D. T. Kitchener, 2,589; G. H. Kiteley, 5,922; B. G. Knight, 2,921 ; 
K. E. Knipe, 4,634; D. A. Kosloski, 3,440; J. Kosowan, 3,304; T. T. Kotilehti, 3,020; P. Kounnas, 2,577; 
K. R. Kramp, 3,551; H. H. Kranz, 3,438; E. E. Kreis, 7,044; P. Ksenych, 3,922; D. B. Kuiack, 3,006; 
M. J. Kuno, 2,971 ; V. Kyllonen, 4,144; 

Lacombe, C. J., 3,164; S. W. Ladouceur, 16,393; W. T. Lafontaine, 3.616; D. P. Lajoie, 2,781; R. C. Lamb, 
2,665; D. D. Lambe, 4,094; L. A. Lamoureux. 5,447; J. R. Lancaster, 4,385; R. C. Lane, 3,108; D. K. 
Lang, 3,201; R. O. Laukkanen, 4,189; M. P. Laurin, 2,615; R. W. Lavictoire, 3,046; F. S: Lawrence, 
2,923; M. K. Lawrence, 3,131; J. E. Laycock, 3,270; E. W. Leeck, 2,568; J. R. Lefaivre, 3.208; J. A. 
Lefebvre, 3,110; B. J. Legg, 2,906; M. R. Legue, 2,763; W. J. Leigh, 4,147; M. R. Leitch, 6,094; M. T. 
Leitch, 3,034; J. K. Lennon, 3,119; L. B. Lessard, 2,798; D. E. Levean, 2,647; D. C. Levere, 3,505; R. J. 
Levesque, 3,285; N. C. Lewis, 2,707; R. C. Lidstone, 3,084; H. D. Lingenfelter, 2,775; M. R. Lister, 3,438; 
K. G. Little, 3,879; R. A. Livingston, 3,215; B. L. Loach, 4,053; D. L. Locke, 2,768; H. R. Lodwick, 4,223; 
B. E. Loney, 3,487; D. V. Loney, 5,737; F. E. Loscombe, 2,540; A. R. Lott, 2,956; J. F. Lougheed, 3,621 ; 

E. H. Louttit, 2,586; C. L. Lowe, 3,814; R. C. Lowe, 3,085; G. E. Ludlow, 3,191 ; G. R. Luery, 5,652; D. G. 
Luscombe, 3,550; G. Luyt, 3,450; J. W. Lyon, 3,472; H. A. Lyons, 2,81 1 ; 

MacDonald, J. A., 2,598; R. G. MacDonald, 3,327; G. K. Macey, 3,269; J. W. Maclntyre, 2,960; D. R. Mac- 
Kinnon, 3,100; M. D. MacLean, 3,780; J. B. MacMaster, 2,799; W. P. MacNeil, 3,645; R. A. MacSephney. 
2,605; B. L. Madden, 3,966; R. A. Madill, 3,686; G. J. Magee, 2,526; D. W. Mailer, 2,950; U. J. Mailloux, 
4,667; R. J. Maisonneuve, 2,724; R. G. Mallory, 2,976; R. A. Maltais, 5,851 ; M. J. Mann. 3,787; D. W. 
Mantle, 3,898; L. W. Marcellus, 4,31 1 ; R. D. Marlatt, 2,952; R. L. Marshall, 4,332; T. C. Marshall, 6,599; 
P. H. Martin, 2,873; P. S. Martin, 3,157; R. G. Maskell, 5,286; M. G. Masko, 2,708; G. S. Mason, 3,084; 
M. E. Mason, 2,712; A. V. Massey, 2,728; N. H. Mathon, 5,578; P. H. Matson, 3,495; L. W. Matthew. 
2,939; R. M. Mattson, 3,531 ; R. E. Maundrell, 2,512; F. J. Mauro, 3,413; T. J. Maxwell, 2,536; A. Mayr. 
3,187; J. C. McAllister, 3,489; M. McArthur, 3,344; D. J. McAsh, 5,889; W. B. McCarter, 3,052; H. V. 
McCarthy, 4,274; R. N. McCharles, 3,944; A. W. McClelland, 4,585; E. G. McComb, 2,529; S. McCombie. 
2,529; A. McConnell, 6,687; D. L. McConnell, 3,632; T. P. McCool, 3,256; D. J. McCormack, 2,866; 
G. A. McCoy, 2,815; D. W. McCrory, 2,826; C. A. McDermid, 4,310; G. K. McDermid, 2,830; A. D. 
McDonald, 3,688; J. I. McDougall, 4,101; G. A. McGoldrick, 2,900; G. McGregor, 3,173; K. A. Mc- 



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Gregor, 3,073; H. C. McGugan, 4,535; H. E. Mcllroy, 3,414; B. J. McKenna, 7,857; N. F. McKenna, 
2,995; G. Mckenzie, 4,101; K. P. McKenzie, 4,061; V. M. McKercher, 4,064; J. C. McKessock, 3,996 
M. M. McKinlay, 3,482; A. C. McKinnon, 4,482; J. W. McLane, 3,146; J. J. McLaughlin, 3,097; D. M 
McLean, 5,316; R. J. McLean, 2,936; W. McLennan, 3,321 ; E. T. McLennan, 4,350; G. S. McLeod, 2,616 
R. W. McLuhan, 7,914; C. D. McLure, 3,501 ; P. J. McMahon, 4,522; R. J. McMahon, 2,516; G. McMillan 
6,236; L. G. McMurphy, 2,841 ; G. J. McNeil, 4,436; A. A. McPhail, 5,645; R. A. McPhail, 4,469; R. N 
McPhail, 3,303; W. F. McQuaker, 3,970; V. J. McQueen, 5,219; B. J. McQuoid, 3,369; K. G. McVanel 
2,917; G. V. Meade, 6,553; J. Meendering, 2,588; J. N. Megaffin, 2,824; M. D. Mellon, 2,738; E. P 
Merkley, 4,216; A. M. Merko, 3,990; E. E. Messina, 5,275; T. Meszaros, 3,895; C. B. Metcalfe, 5,523 
D. W. Milko, 3,587; R. R. Millar, 2,587; B. J. Miller, 2,568; B. R. Miller, 2,507; D. E. Miller, 4,367 
W. W. Miller, 2,918; C. R. Milliard, 3,982; G. F. Mills, 2,722; M. G. Mills, 3,260; T. H. Mills, 4,538 
G. J. Miner, 4.795; H. H. Mitchell, 2,735; M. C. Mitchell, 3,101; A. J. Moll, 4,588; H. B. Molyneaux 
3,297; B. A. Montgomery, 3,726; P. K. Montgomery, 3,010; E. J. Moon, 2,578; E. S. Moon, 2,731 ; H. H 
Moore, 4,320; R. J. Moore, 3,594; R. J. Moore, 2,533; W. H. Moore, 4,592; B. R. Moratz, 4,769; A. G 
Morris, 3,276; B. R. Morris, 2,913; L. M. Morris, 7,411; M. R. Morris, 2,964; D. H. Morrison, 2,681 
W. J. Mousseau, 3,410; E. J. Mullin, 2,882; G. P. Mullins, 2,731 ; H. M. Munford, 2,579; D. A. Munro 
5,450; F. D. Murdoch, 2,579; D. Murphy, 4,348; P. E. Muspratt, 2,661; A. O. Mustard, 2,586; D. W 
Myers, 3,003; 

Nadalin, J. F., 2,905; R. E. Nadeau, 2,693; N. E. Neilans, 2,555; W. D. Neilipovitz, 6,619; L. A. Nelson, 2,538 
D. W. New, 4,719; R. K. Newman, 2,681 ; R. L. Nicholson, 3,075; E. A. Nicol, 5,685; E. E. Niemi, 4,619 
V. S. Nolan, 2,848; J. A. Noonan, 2,845; D. J. Norlock, 2,886; D. L. Northey, 3,265; R. J. Nowlan, 3,109 

Oates, J. A., 3,688; H. W. O'Brien, 3,624; J. W. Oddson, 5,200; W. H. Odell. 2,712; W. Odnorih, 2,959; L. T. 
O'Donohue, 2,629; D. W. Odrowski, 3,287; K. S. Ogden, 4,096; L. J. O'Grady, 5,892; K. W. Okum, 
4,098; N. S. O'Leary, 5,183; I. L. Oliver, 2,807; G. E. O'Malley, 4,335; M. A. O'Malley, 3,588; J. T. O'Mara. 
3,306; G. E. O'Neill, 2,597; T. E. O'Neill, 3,030; W. J. O'Reilly, 2,758; D. L. Osborne, 2,862; H. J. Osborne. 
3,650; P. L. O'Toole, 6,309; P. H. Otway, 3,839; G. O. Ouellette, 2,553; R. H. Owens, 3,731 ; W. P. Owens, 
4,858; 

Packwood, D. M., 4,179; K. R. Pageau, 2,730; E. Pahl, 3,495; L. H. Pallot, 4,366; A. Palm Leis, 2,600; G. J. 
Papineau, 2,891; D. A. Paquette, 4,301; K. H. Parker, 3,212; R. E. Parker, 4,362; A. Parnamagi, 2,916; 
H. V. Parr, 4,096; K. A. Pawson, 4,047; P. Payer, 2,618; J. G. Payette, 5,319; L. W. Payne. 2,553; J. B 
Pearson, 3,334; J. H. Peer, 9,095; D. A. Peplinskie, 5,550; A. T. Percival, 2,683; N. Perfect, 16,699; A. P 
Perrier, 2,731 ; P. J. Perrin, 4,063; K. O. Persson, 4,537; S. B. Peterson, 5,133; I. M. Petitpas, 2,783; J. K 
Petrak, 2,996; J. W. Petrunka, 4,496; B. J. Petteplace, 3,311; A. E. Pettigrew, 3,509; P. A. Pfaff, 2,708 
R. C. Pfeiffer, 2,593; D. A. Phillips, 2,638; T. J. Pierce, 3,084; E. J. Pigeau, 4,529; J. A. Pigeau, 2,547 
J. S. Pileggi, 2,668; H. B. Pilon, 3,409; C. K. Pinder, 2,986; D. P. Pinkerton, 4,087; N. L. Plante, 3,539 
W. E. Player, 3,661; D. J. Pogue, 2,698; L. J. Poirier, 2,597; R. G. Pollard, 3,112; W. P. Pollard. 4,033 
J. R. Polmateer, 4,371 ; K. E. Polmateer, 4,41 1 ; E. S. Pong. 3,673; B. A. Porter, 3,218; G. C. Porter, 2,834 
L. O. Post, 2,915; L. C. Poste, 3,769; R. G. Pothier, 2,789; G. J. Potter, 2,540; R. J. Poulin, 3,464; D. B 
Powell, 3,316; F. J. Pratt, 3,391 ; K. D. Prescott, 4,179; A. G. Price, 4,223; W. L. Price, 2,682; M. Prick 
aerts, 2,601 ; M. F. Prisner, 3,649; R. E. Proctor, 3,484; R. Puccini, 3,360; A. R. Puckett, 2,819; J. F. Pullen 
5,099; R. E. Purdy, 2,707; G. P. Purvis, 2,629; L. E. Pye, 3,178; P. E. Pyne, 3,659; 

Quinn, J. D., 3,526; W. A. Quinn, 5,120; M. R. Quinton, 3,280; 

Rahn, D. B., 5,422; H. W. Rahn, 3,333; H. H. Rait, 6,331 ; W. D. Ranney, 4,876; W. A. Rathbun, 4,344; E. J. 
Ravelle, 2,640; A. G. Rayfield, 3,069; M. J. Reddick, 3,921; I. Reid, 2,585; W. F. Reid, 3,173; D. A. 
Renaud, 3,320; R. M. Renfrew, 17,771; F. W. Reynolds, 5,713; B. A. Rhodes, 2,601; J. A. Richards. 
4,342; N. E. Richards, 5,977; G. M. Richardson, 5,152; G. J. Ricker, 2,726; D. V. Rideout, 3,657; B. G. 
Ridley, 3,958; C. A. Rintoul, 2,530; M. R. Riopel, 2,807; D. F. Riseboro, 5,096; V. E. Roach, 3,194; 
D. R. Robb, 3,216; D. J. Robbins, 3,029; B. D. Roberts, 3,124; K. A. Roberts, 3,492; R. D. Robidoux. 
3,491 ; J. R. Robinson, 2,91 1 ; L. J. Robinson, 3.659; J. B. Robson. 2,695; F. M. Rockburn. 3,149; D. M. 
Rodger, 2,928; P. Rogers, 3,261; A. M. Rogers, 2,556; A. W. Rogers. 2.728; J. A. Rogerson, 4,388; 
T. C. Rooke, 2,525; N. Ross. 4,732; T. A. Ross. 2,763; D. B. Rothwell, 3.126; J. R. Roul, 2,861; R. J. 
Routenburg. 3,913; B. D. Rowland, 7,363; B. F. Ruby, 5,087; K. R. Russell. 2,545; A. Ruta, 6,729; 
A. L. Ryan, 2,930; D. J. Ryan. 2.766; G. P. Ryan. 4,027; G. T. Ryan, 5,509; J. E. Ryder, 3.470; D. S. 
Ryding, 4,619; 

Saarits, K., 2,554; P. J. Samis, 4,438; G. R. Sanders, 3,047; K. C. Sanders, 4,046; M. R. Sanford, 2,810; 
D. R. Savage, 3,438; R. J. Schaeffer, 4,107; D. G. Schell, 3,288; R. Schmidt, 2,655; E. A. Schoenfeldt. 



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6,71 1 ; B. N. Schubert, 3,123; F. A. Seabrook, 3,064; T. W. Sefton, 3,025; B. Seggewiss, 4,824; S. J. Seguin, 
3,078; J. D. Semple, 3,271 ; G. R. Serson, 2,720; R. H. Service, 3,042; F. C. Sexton, 2,745; R. R. Shaheen, 
2,588; T. J. Shanahan, 3,373 ;T. A. Sharpe, 5,105; D. W. Shaver, 3,544; M. J. Sheedy, 2,533; R. W. Sheffield, 
5,160; H. A. Sheppard, 4,664; D. B. Shier, 4,354; W. K. Shillington, 2,940; A. B. Shipston, 3,122; G. 
Sholer, 4,527; L. P. Shorr, 5,017; V. A. Shushack, 4,554; E. Sigus, 4,531 ; C. L. Simon, 2,662; G. H. Simp- 
son, 3,465; P. A. Sinden, 2,651; C. Singh, 9,597; R. J. Skebo, 4,373; J. N. Skidmore, 3,573; G. Slack, 
3,607: M. R. Slator, 4,517; B. A. Smail, 3,264; A. W. Smith, 3,432; G. D. Smith, 2,604; L. A. Smith, 4,148; 
L. E. Smith. 4.523; R. R. Smith, 3,958; W. L. Smith, 2,509; B. Smrcka, 2,802; W. M. Somek, 2,683; 
H. A. Soutar, 2,651 ; G. S. Souter, 2,670; J. R. Southgate, 2,840; G. W. Soyatt, 2,580; A. J. Sparks, 2,728; 
B. J. Speedie, 3,336; T. E. Spinks, 3,000; M. J. St. Jean, 3,427; M. J. St. Michel, 3,323; H. R. Stankaitis, 
2,693; W. C. Stanton, 2,985; J. D. Steele, 5,630; M. B. Steele, 3,713; E. Steinhards, 4,842; H. F. Stephens, 
2,889; D. S. Steveley, 2,929; D. H. Stevens, 4,646; C. L. Stevenson, 2,654; B. W. Stewart, 2,746; G. D. 
Stewart, 3,091 ; D. T. Stillar, 3,080; R. E. Stock, 4,506; B. C. Stonehouse, 4,231 ; W. Stoyke, 2,516; W. J. 
Stride, 4,482; A. J. Stripnieks, 2,806; E. P. Strugal, 3,329; P. J. Stuart, 2,993; L. J. Sturgeon, 2,613; G. H. 
Sutton, 2,624; J. T. Swaile, 3,045; J. M. Syme, 3,313; S. I. Szeker, 3,480; S. A. Szenasi, 3,971 ; 

Taylor, R., 3,473; B. C. Taylor, 3,240; R. T. Tedford, 4,077; S. L. Teetzel, 3,918; G. F. Telford, 5,421 ; L. A. 
Therrien, 2,605; T. Thomaes, 3,091 ; I. C. Thompson, 4,577; M. C. Thompson, 2,871 ; M. G. Thompson, 
3,722; N. E. Thompson, 6,060; D. J. Thorns, 3,612; R. J. Thornbury, 2,733; D. E. Thrasher, 2,697; H. F. 
Tiede, 2,755; R. D. Tolton, 4,037; A. S. Torrie, 5,531; L. Townsend, 4,511; G. H. Trachsel, 3,303; I. J. 
Tremain. 2,818; J. S. Trew, 2,929; J. C. Tripp, 2,669; W. E. Triskle, 2,981 ; T. M. Trotechaud, 3,332; E. V. 
Trotter, 3,231 ; D. C. Troughton, 5,624; J. D. Trudell, 2,524; M. A. Trumbull, 3,704; D. N. Tryon, 4,347; 
W. W. Tucker, 3,242; S. A. Tupper, 3,928; D. S. Turner, 3,455; M. H. Turner, 2,795; 

Urcheshen, C. W., 3,370; 

Vail, D. M., 3,228; O. Valkirs, 2,723; E. Vanbeilen, 3,112; T. H. Vandenoetelaar, 3,294; G. Vankan, 5,743; 
W. C. Vanness, 4,516; A. L. Vaughan, 4,101 ; C. J. Vautour, 3,134; P. Vecchio, 3,988; T. M. Vennechenko, 
3,316; B. P. Vervenne, 2,648; O. E. VillnefT, 3,884; D. C. Vollrath, 2,517; C. S. Vonhatten, 2,998; D. C. 

Vye, 4,572; 

Wagner, L„ 3,025; W. F. Walberg, 3,208; F. M. Wales, 3,145; G. D. Walker, 2,630; J. E. Walker, 7,231; 
J. W. Walker, 4,711; R. E. Walker, 2,943; L. A. Wall, 3,133; J. D. Wallace, 3,125; D. K. Walling, 2,635; 
B. J. Walters, 2,562; D. F. Walton, 5,845; M. D. Wanamaker, 4,572; H. Wanecki, 4,002; L. H. Wanna- 
maker, 2,889; N. W. Ward, 3,048; I. S. Warnock, 2,608; D. B. Warren, 3,503; P. N. Wasylkiw, 2,869; C. R. 
Watson, 4,925; L. A. Wayrynen, 4,91 1 ; G. F. Weatherbie, 3,161 ; D. L. Webber, 3,766; D. A. Wesson. 3,529 
A. W. West, 2,842; M. R. West, 4,250; J. L. Westcott, 4,631 ; G. F. Wetherall, 3,372; D. W. Wheeldon, 3,146 
J. W. Wheeler, 3,321 ; S. G. Wheeler, 4,164; R. G. Whitcombe, 3,409; G. R. White, 5,707; G. R. White, 3,585 
J. E. White, 2,550; J. L. White, 2,754; K. W. Whitelock, 3,540; A. A. Whitney, 3,862; M. L. Widdifield 
3,359; S. G. Wieler, 2,970; W. J. Wiercienski, 17,832; D. W. Wilkes, 3,942; H. R. Wilkinson, 2,595; J. F 
Williams, 2,941; K. T. Williams, 2,910; A. M. Willie, 2,588; G. R. Willison, 2,714; B. L. Wills, 2,602 
G. Wilson, 2,881; W. Wilson, 6,486; A. E. Wilson, 3,026; G. N. Wilson, 2,543; G. P. Wilson, 3,264 
O. E. Witiw, 3,550; J. F. Wolff, 5,366; D. J. Wolffers, 3,955; A. G. Wood, 4,166; D. A. Wood, 2,877 
M. L. Wood, 3,675; N. R. Wood, 3,066; R. W. Woodbeck, 3,135; P. Woodhouse, 4,823; B. M. Wood 
ward, 2,645; J. R. Woodward, 4,456; G. S. Woodworth, 2,556; R. C. Workman, 3,805; C. J. Wride, 2,812 
H. A. Wright, 2,739; J. D. Wright, 2,684; K. D. Wright, 4,669; L. R. Wright, 3,182; W. J. Wright, 2,563 
W. E. Wurdell, 3,288; 

Yates, K. D., 2,528; H. J. Yerlitz, 3,267; B. J. Young, 4,459; D. G. Young, 3,527; E. F. Young, 4,763; E. M. 
Young, 3,733; R. I. Young, 6,577; S. W. Young, 3,137; W. J. Young, 3,568; C. C. Yuill, 3,434; 

Zaiser, E. W., 4,326; B. Zandnia, 2,672; J. R. Zaroski, 2,567; E. J. Zavitski, 3,825; N. J. Zebruck, 3,881 ; W. G. 
Zimmerman, 2,564; G. P. Zubyk, 6,337; W. P. Zurkan, 2,962; 

Accounts under $2,500, 5,412,977. 

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